Chuo Kikuu cha Kanisa Katoliki kilichoko Kenya (CUEA) kimemtunuku Prof. Anna Kajumulo Tibaijuka, Director wa UN Habitat degree ya heshima kwenye fani ya Haki ya Jamii na Maendeleo ya Binadamu (social justice and human development). Soma habari yote hapa chini ambayo imekuja kama daily subscription kutoka Catholic Information Servce Africa (CISA): KENYA: Catholic University of East Africa (CUEA)Marks 25 years in style. NAIROBI, February 12, 2010 (CISA)-The Cardinal prefect in charge of Catholic Education, Zenon Cardinal Grocholeswki has challenged institutions of learning to go beyond mere education and instead offer holistic formation of the students that go through their institutions. The Cardinal was speaking during the celebration of 25 years of CUEA during which the University honoured him along with five other eminent personalities for their contributions to the course of evangelization human development. Zenon who received an honorary degree in sacred Theology with a specialization in Christian Education, sustained that True scientific education requires sound grounding in ethics. Mere education without proper moral grounding results in horrendous consequences among them, the evil we have seen perpetrated in the world in the form of terrorist activities among others. Zenon insisted that while the pursuit of science is commendable, science alone cannot answer the fundamental questions of life. As such the pursuit of scientific learning should be undertaken while stimulating the reflections on deeper human concerns that perennially plague the human mind. Making numerous references to the Apostolic constitution on Catholic higher education that describes the identity and mission of Catholic colleges and universities, (Ex Corde Ecllessiae) the Cardinal made it clear that the role of the university should include the study of humanism that contributes to the development of man. As a Catholic institution, CUEA, while imparting education should strive to search for the truth, the dignity of man and good of the church, said the Cardinal. The University also honoured Prof. Anna Kajumulo Tibaijuka, the Executive Director of UN Habitat with an honorary degree, in social justice and human development. Rt. Rev Medardo Joseph Mazombwe, Archbishop Emeritus of Lusaka with sacred theology with a specialization in Church and Development. Others so honoured were; Bishop Paul Kalanda, bishop emeritus of Fort Portal with Sacred Theology with a specialization in Culture, mission and evangelization and Lady Justice Anastasia Msosa from Malawi with social sciences with specialization in social justice and Christian Ethics. Fr. Cecil MacGarry was honoured post homously with an honorary degree in sacred theology with specialization in Christian Education, his degree was received by the Current Provincial General, Fr. Orobator SJ. The celebrations of 25 years of service to the Church and society were also attended by Kenyan Assistant minister for Higher Education, Hon Asman Kamama, who hailed the Catholic Church for the good work as a development partner in the country.