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10:06
10:06

UAFCR Leaders Blames Church's Dependency on Western Donors As the Main Driver of LGBTQ Bugiri 1 1

According to Isanga, the church can only have the moral conviction to resist homosexuality when financially dependent on in-house solutions like involvement in agriculture and other small-scale industries to boost their incomes for development, which over time can help them to resist conditional funding aimed at promoting immorality.
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13:27

Archbishop Kaziimba Wants Christians at the Forefront of Development district 1 2

Archbishop Kaziimba challenged Christians to invest their earnings in income-generating activities to boost the economies of rural communities.
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Archbishop Kazimba Asks Security Personnel to Stop Harassing Opposition Politicians Mayuge 2 1

While speaking at the 135th, Bishop James Hannington memorial anniversary in Kyando village in Mayuge district on Thursday, Kazimba said that all political players deserve equal rights with their other ruling party counterparts when canvassing for votes to represent their electorates.
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Bishop Kaziimba Cautions Against Defiance as he Bids Farewell to Mityana diocese 1 3

Bishop Kaziimba, who has been at the helm of Mityana Diocese for the last 11-years says that both the laity and clergy have focused more on personal battles, creating cliques within the Church, and fighting each other than spreading the Gospel. He says that in the end, several activities in the Diocese have been affected.
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Catholic Church to Unveil Museum in Memory of Muteesa I kingdom 1 1

According to Archbishop Lwanga, the said grand museum will among other things bring together several items telling the 141-year story of the catholic church in Uganda from all the four ecclesiastical provinces with some other artifacts of significance relevance brought other countries.
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Church of Uganda Launches 490KM Pilgrimage in Memory of Archbishop Luwum death 1 5

According to the Provincial Secretary, Rev. Canon Captain William Ongeng, the pilgrimage will start on Jan 29, 2020, and end on Feb 14. Canon Ongeng says that the pilgrims will among other things retrace the footsteps of the last journey of Archbishop Luwum.
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