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South African Archbishop graces St. Kizito Day
Publish Date: Jul 14, 2014
South African Archbishop graces St. Kizito Day
Archbishop Jabulani Adatus Nxumalo of Bloemfontein re-launching St Kizito magazine during the celebrations to mark St.Kizito Day at Namugongo Martyrs Shrine. Photo by Wilfred Sanya
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By Wilfred Sanya 

ARCHBISHOP of Bloemfontein Jabulani Nxumalo has thanked Kampala Archdiocese for coming up with the idea of celebrating St. Kizito Day which gathers children from different schools at Namugongo Martyrs Shrine.  

Archbishop Nxumalo was chief guest at the eighth anniversary of St. Kizito Day which is celebrated every year to mark Kizito, one of the young Christians who accepted to be killed.

Children from different schools donated gifts to the visting Archbishop. Photo by Wilfred Sanya

The choir was led by Savior Junior School Kisubi. Photo by Wilfred Sanya 

This day was started by Archbishop Cyprian Lwanga to put together the youth to create unity and share the Gospel of St. Kizito of working together.

The choir was led by Savior Junior School Kisubi during the prayers. The children from different schools donated gifts to the visting Archbishop.

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