St Josephine Bakhita was born around 1869—she herself did not know the precise date, to a wealthy Sudanese family—in Darfur in Sudan. At the age of nine, she was kidnapped by slave-traders and sold five times in the slave-markets of Sudan. She was given the name Bakhita by the slave traders which means “lucky” or […] ..Read More

 As we prepare to mark the one year  anniversary of Culture of Life Africa on the feast day of St Josephine Bahkita February 8th, we cannot think of a better way than to invite you to a timely novena (9-day prayer) for the intercession of our Patron Saint Josephine – an African woman whom God […] ..Read More


On Friday evening our wonderful Culture of Life Africa coordinators Claire and Lisa arrived San Francisco as thousands of other passionate pro-life people poured into the city for the Walk for Life which was scheduled for Saturday 25th January. Claire and Lisa in San Francisco They were privileged to attend the Issues for Life Dinner […] ..Read More

This is what I’ve been eager to share with you all on this momentous day of the March for Life… Lisa Morris who is our March for Life coordinator in DC had a very victorious day today in bearing witness to the inestimable value of human life. Lisa raised our Culture of Life Africa banner […] ..Read More


Our own lovely Lisa is already in Washington DC bearing witness to the precious dignity of human life. She, alongside thousands of other passionate pro-lifers, has braved the snow and the sub-zero temperature of DC tonight to be at the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception for the Vigil Mass and Adoration in preparation of tomorrow’s […] ..Read More

This is going to be a VERY exciting week for us at Culture of Life Africa filled with fun and friends as we will be part of the March for Life and Walk for Life crowd in America!!! Our excellent coordinators Claire Obenson and Lisa Morris will be there to welcome all the people who […] ..Read More

Last night I watched the riveting movie – “12 Years A Slave” and living in a polite English town I wasn’t surprised to see some people leaving the cinema half-way through the movie because of the viciousness and violence that was on display. But still I couldn’t help but be a bit annoyed by these […] ..Read More