Written by Administrator Thursday, 30 September 2010 12:52
Regents from Zimbabwe and Zambia Province meeting at St Ignatius College
Regency normally follows on from philosophy and is the stage of formation where the young Jesuit gets his first opportunity to engage in full-time active ministry. In the Zimbabwe province regents are usually assigned to teaching regencies at one of several Jesuit, or Jesuit-run schools in the country. While a teaching regency is the norm, there is the possibility to work in apostolates other than education, such as the social or media apostolate.
Admire Nhika, currently studying theology in Cote d'Ivoire,
teaching at St Peter's Mbare High School during his Regency
Clyde Muropa on Regency in Guyana, South America.
Fr Clyde was ordained priest in 2012, and is currently Students' Chaplain based in Harare.
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