Finally, the D-day was here and the sixteen were ordained at a function held at St. John’s seminary kiburara, Kisinga Sub-county. It was led by Rt. Rev. Francis Aquirinus Kibira the Bishop of Kasese Catholic Diocese.
Called to serve;' the ordinands assemble before the Bishop
They have waited since June, last year to be ordained as priests and deacons. But the function was postponed due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Finally, the D-day was here and the sixteen were ordained at a function held at St. John’s seminary kiburara, Kisinga Sub-county. It was led by Rt. Rev.
Francis Aquirinus Kibira the Bishop of Kasese Catholic Diocese.
They include four deacons; Fr. Godwin Kibaba, Fr. John Baluku Isebayanda, Fr.
Mariko Bwambale and Fr. Nobert Muhindo, and 12 priests, among them, Rev. Alfred Masereka, Rev.
Anyasio Mbusa, Rev. Brian
Masereka, Rev. Clement Masereka, Rev. Cosmas Asaba, Rev. Andrew Kato
and his twin brother Rev. Peter Isingoma Katuramu.
are Rev. Edward Muhinde, Rev. Francis Mwanje, Rev. Godwin Mumbere, Rev.
Kihembo and Rev. Julius Bwambale Tsangamubiri. URN attended the colourful function and brings you the highlights in pictures.
Basaija is a graduate of Uganda Christian University (UCU-Mukono) holding a Bachelors Degree in Mass Communication.
He also boosts of numerous training's in communication studies.
Before joining URN, he had served as Documentation personnel, Field news reporter, Radio presenter and News Editor.
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