Rev. Dr. Francis G. Masuku is a diocesan priest from Blantyre Archdiocese in Malawi. He holds a diploma, MA, and PhD in Spirituality at Milltown Institute of Theology and Philosophy under HETAC in Ireland. He is currently working as a spiritual director and lecturer in spirituality and liturgy at St. Anthony Major Seminary – Kachebere in Malawi.
2007 0-7734-5248-6 This book explores the manner in which Christian spirituality encounters Lomwe traditional spirituality, in an attempt to understand the kind of spirituality the Lomwe Catholic Christians in Malawi are now living. After examining Lomwe traditional spirituality within the broader context of African spirituality, the work explores the roots of the present cultural-religious encounter by analyzing the way in which missionaries introduced Christianity in Malawi. The study then moves on to consider the present tensions between Christian and traditional spiritualities in pursuit of the possibility of an integrated ‘African Christian spirituality’. This study will appeal to those scholars who are interested in inculturation, interreligious dialogue, and the relevance of Christian spirituality among the people of different cultures in the world.