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Christians Asked to Be Proud of Their Faith

Leading mass at Christ the King Parish Church, Fr. Joseph Mugambe asked the parishioners to always be proud of their faith wherever they go.
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The Catholic faithful have been urged to be proud of their faith but be courageous enough to start new ventures in 2022.

Leading mass at Christ the King Parish Church, Fr. Joseph Mugambe asked the parishioners to always be proud of their faith wherever they go. He added that many people fear revealing their faith when in public places. According to Mugambe, fearing to reveal your faith in public is an act of denouncing God.

“In catechism, we learned that baptism makes us children of God. When we get baptized, we are born again. If you are not baptized you cannot be a child of God. When we sing we are Christians, we must know that we are children of God. Respect yourself as a person who was baptized. Why do you deny God? You annoy God because you denounce Him,” Fr Mugambe said.

Mugambe asked Christians to avoid acts of evil in the New Year. He also said that people in power should not use their authority to victimize others.

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Fr Matthias Nteza challenged Christians not to fear starting up income-generating activities in 2021. He also asked Christians to love one another, forgive those with whom they have a misunderstanding in order to have a blessed and prosperous 2022.

“Begin this year with the Lord. That’s when God will not forsake you in your endeavors during the new year. You should not fear to begin up any new venture in life. The Lord who ushered you in the new year will give you courage and wisdom to execute,” Fr Ntenza said.

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Cue out…is the one who blesses you”. //

Nteza asked Christians to reflect on what the Lord has done for them in the past year and the many challenges the Lord has enabled them to go through.

During the mass, there was strict observance of Covid-19 Standard Operating Procedures.

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