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Positive behaviour boosts human health, says Catholic priest

By Mathias Mazinga

Added 19th July 2017 12:24 PM

This wise council was given by the Chaplain of Mount St Mary's College, Namagunga, Fr Gyaviira Kimuli, during the school's platinum jubilee medical camp at Kawolo Hospital, Buikwe district, on Sunday.

Positive behaviour boosts human health, says Catholic priest

Fr Kimuli Gyaviira distributes Holy Communion during the prayer-service that preceded the medical camp. Photos by Mathias Mazinga

This wise council was given by the Chaplain of Mount St Mary's College, Namagunga, Fr Gyaviira Kimuli, during the school's platinum jubilee medical camp at Kawolo Hospital, Buikwe district, on Sunday.

"If we reflect deeply on the word of God and also follow it in our everyday life, we shall enjoy good healthy. If you live in fellowship with God and your fellow human beings, you will not easily get diseases like high blood pressure. On the other hand, if you adopt vicious behaviours like hatred, you are likely to suffer from serious illnesses. So, love your God and follow his tenets and you will have good health."

This wise counsel was given by the Chaplain of Mount St Mary's College, Namagunga, Fr Gyaviira Kimuli, during the school's platinum jubilee medical camp at Kawolo Hospital, Buikwe district, on Sunday.

  medic attends to patients during the medical camp A medic attends to patients during the medical camp

 
Gyaviira later advised medical practitioners to always handle patients with heart-rooted love and care, arguing that the sick and suffering people were the image of Christ.

The medical camp, which attracted over 2,000 needy patients, was one of the activities to mark 75 years of Namagunga College.

  medical alumnus of ount t arys ollege amagunga measures the blood pressure of patients during the schools medical camp A medical alumnus of Mount St Mary's College Namagunga measures the blood pressure of patients during the school's medical camp.

 
The medical camp was manned by the school's medical alumni and current Biology students.

Legal experts from the Judiciary and organizations like FIDA, LAPSNET and Justice Centers Uganda, also graced the function and gave the patients legal sensitization.

 olomon uyita the ommunications officer of the judiciary gives legal  information to a lady during the camp Solomon Muyita, the Communications officer of the judiciary gives legal information to a lady literature during the camp.

 

 ount t arys ollege amagunga alumni ngella ageine r abrina itaka achael ironde and elen dagije Mount St Mary's College Namagunga alumni: Angella Bageine, Dr. Sabrina Kitaka, Rachael Kironde and Helen Ndagije

 

 



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