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Cardinal Wamala tells Ugandans to leave a good legacy

By Juliet Lukwago

Added 22nd April 2016 07:59 PM

He added that Cardinal Nsubuga did many good things which kept his name on the lips of people, not only Ugandans and Catholics but all over the world.

Cardinal Wamala tells Ugandans to leave a good legacy

Fr. Henry Kiwanuka Nsubuga, the nephew and heir of the late Emmanuel Cardinal Nsubuga prays at his uncle's grave at Mapeera Bakateyamba's Home at Nalukolongo, Kampala. Photos/ Juliet Lukwago

He added that Cardinal Nsubuga did many good things which kept his name on the lips of people, not only Ugandans and Catholics but all over the world.

The Emeritus Archbishop of Kampala Archdiocese, Dr. Emmanuel Cardinal Wamala has urged Ugandans to leave a legacy which impacts on their societies and the people around them.

"Each one of us should ask themselves whether what we've done leaves a good name. We should aspire to be like Emmanuel Cardinal Nsubuga Kiwanuka, who built schools, institutions that serve many Ugandans to date," he said.

Preaching in the holy mass at Mapeera Bakateyamba's Home at Nalukolongo to celebrate 25 years since Emmanuel Cardinal Nsubuga's death, Cardinal Wamala called upon all priests and religious leaders especially those who are ordained and passed through institutions to emulate Cardinal Nsubuga, to make sure that they keep his name shining.

 mmanuel ardinal amala poses for at photo with some of religious leaders and priests who attend the the ass to commemorate 25 years since mmanuel ardinal subugas death Emmanuel Cardinal Wamala poses for at photo with some of religious leaders and priests who attend the the Mass to commemorate 25 years since Emmanuel Cardinal Nsubuga's death

 

He added that Cardinal Nsubuga did many good things which kept his name on the lips of people, not only Ugandans and Catholics but all over the world.  
   
"Cardinal Nsubuga was loved by many people all over the world. Now 25 years since God called him, many catholic and non-Catholics are still flocking to his graveyard to pray for his soul. So grandchildren and relatives fight and keep Nsubuga's name," he added.

 ome of the needy and elderly persons at akateyambas ome at alukolongo Some of the needy and elderly persons at Bakateyamba's Home at Nalukolongo

 


The function was attended by hundreds of Christians, priests including vicar general of Kampala Archdiocese, Msgr Charles Kasibante; pastoral coordinator, Fr. Dr. Mark Richard Ssajjabbi; Chancellor Fr. Dr. Joseph Mary Ssebunnya; and Fr. Richard Nnyombi, the leader of White Missionaries in Uganda and others.   

According to Fr. Ssebunnya, the chancellor of Kampala Archdiocese, prelate died at Cologne Hospital in Germany on April 20, 1991.

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