Dodoma RC challenges religious institutions in addressing moral decay

DODOMA REGIONAL COMMISSIONER (RC) Rosemary Senyamule has called on religious institutions in the region to prioritize teaching religious subjects in schools in order to build a good generation to curb moral decay.

Ms Senyamule made the call recently in Kondoa District during the 75th anniversary of the Saint Gemma Galgani organization.

RC Senyamule said due to an increase in moral decay among the youth, it was the responsibility of religious leaders to provide religious education in schools from primary to universities.

“I ask the religious institutions to deploy their religious teachers in schools to provide religious education that is compatible with our values,” Ms Senyamule insisted.

She added that currently, Tanzania witnesses moral decay, so it is good to build a good foundation among the children.

In addition, Ms Senyamule urged the community to continue cooperating with religious institutions in helping various groups in a difficult environment, including orphans, while insisting on continuing to maintain peace.

However, RC Senyamule applauded the organizations for initiating a special program to help the children of imprisoned parents and their families who could not afford some basic needs, including education.

“The plan to establish a centre to raise the children of poor inmates is a very important move, so I call on the community to continue cooperating with religious institutions and the government in general to help those in difficult situations,” she commended.

Also, she called on the religious leaders in the region to continue taking care of the environment, and significantly to increase the emphasis on planting trees to re-green the region.

For his part, the retired archbishop of Dar es Salaam, Cardinal Polycarp Pengo who was a special guest during the ceremony, congratulated the congregate for turning 75 while emphasizing that the celebration of 75 years for the Sister organization is not the end of the world and encouraged them to continue doing mission work diligently.

The Archbishop of Dodoma Province, Beatus Kinyaiya urged the Sisters of Saint Gemma to continue embracing unity among themselves.

Until now, a total of 308 nuns have served the monastery of the organization of Saint Gemma since its establishment in 1947.

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