Brother Robert Schieler, Superior General, has appointed for the second time Brother Pie Nsukula as Visitor of the District of Congo-Kinshasa.

Visitor of the District of Congo-Kinshasa. The appointment will last for another three years: from 30 April 2022 to 29 April 2025.

His first appointment was on 30 April 2019.

Brother Pie, born in 1976 in Matadi, took the habit in 2001 and made his first vows in 2003.

Good work Br Pie!

The Brothers of the Christian Schools arrived in Congo, with the first 5 Belgian Brothers, in October 1909 in the city of Boma. The headquarters of the District of Congo-Kinshasa, the Provincialate, is in Kinshasa, the capital of the country and the seat of the country’s institutions.

The District of Congo-Kinshasa is currently made up of eight communities: in Boma, Matadi, Tumba, Kinshasa, Gombe and Mbandaka.

There are currently 59 Brothers in the District (42 in perpetual vows and 17 in temporary vows). There are 12 novices and 11 postulants. The oldest Brother is 70 years old and the youngest is 24 (average age in the District is 47).

There are about 1,071 teachers and lay collaborators. While there are more than 27,000 students enrolled for the 2021-2022 school year in 18 public schools, 13 public schools and one university (La Salle ULCK).

The District also has 5 educational centres and 7 other institutions.