By Peter Masereka
The Diocesan Vocational Director, Rev. Fr. Joseph Tumusiime has blamed the current financial challenges in this month of January to poor planning and love for luxuries during the Christmas festivities.
In his homily during the Holy Mass presided over by Rev, Fr. Godfrey Sunday, the Kasese Diocesan Assistant Pastoral coordinator at the closure of a one week New Dawn conference at Come and Drink community-Mairo Ikumi, Rev. Fr. Tumusiime wondered what people thought the situation would be like in January when they spent all their annual savings during the Xmas festivities in December.
Fr. Tumusiime who is also the Nyakahya Parish Priest therefore asked Christians to use the conference to change to a better approach of doing things for the good of their families. Fr. Tumusiime speaking 1…..
Rev. Fr. Godfrey Sunday, also the Nsenyi Parish Priest who argued Christians to put the messages of salvation into action, asked them to be repentant, prayerful, forgiving, reconcile and hard work hard for God’s blessings.
Earlier, Fr. Tumusime said whereas Christians strive hard for miracles and deliverance, healing of the soul is a key component that believers in Christ should work to achieve. Fr. Tumusiime speaking 2 …..
Sr. Imelda Consumpta Kumupira for the congregation of the Daughter of St. Teresa of the child Jesus said it was sort of a battle introducing Charismatic Renewal in Kasese in the nineties before asking the youth to seek guidance of the Holy Spirit if they were to succeed in all they do. Sr. Consumpta. Speaking…….
She also asked parents and guardians to interest their children with the Church if they are to grow into God fearing and responsible people. END