Home » Galleries » Module 3 – Leadership for Mission – 9-15 November 2018 25th Nov 2018 Module 3 – Leadership for Mission – 9-15 November 2018 My prayer and expectations as I begin this Module.Commitment to confidentiality ritual as we begin the programme with trusting relationships.Celebrating the conclusion of the course with a cultural evening.Role analysis from the movie, 'Difret' - using the 4 domains of person, system, context and faith.Sr. Placid in a prayer-dance to our Lady for our Contemplative Space to start the day.Fr. Aniede Okure, op giving us a disturbing situationer of our African continent.Sr. Eucharia, sndn sharing from her rich experience of organizaing and mobilizing Sisters in Africa for advocacy work.An important and valuable exercise in every Module is learning from one another's lived experience of leadership.Teatime is continuing consultation and sharing time.The way forward...after Module 3...a call to be facilitators? Yearly ongoing formation sessions?Carrying the light in my calabash cup to bring back to the members of my congregation.Contemplative dialogue - a deeply powerful moment of listening to the Spirit speaking through each one in the group.Graduation liturgy - my prayer as I move on in the service of my congregation.Bro. Tom Kearney, principal of Tangaza, giving certificates to the PDCL graduates.We made it to Module 3!The first batch of 21 PDCL graduates with Tangaza and CLM staffSr. Agnes with Fr. Aniede Okure, op and Sr. Eucharia, sndn of African Faith and Justice Network who came to share of experiences of women religious doing advocacy workProud and happy first graduates of PDCL.Graduates with their kitenges and certificates.Displaying the kitenge with the PDCL logo that symbolized their completion of the programme.PDCL facilitators and resource persons.Twins? Srs. Agnes and Alice in Kenyan formal attire for graduation ceremony.Forever grateful to the Dimesse staff and Sisters with their ever gracious and accommodating service.