The Archbishop’s message of appreciation is delivered by his Chancellor, Fr Dr Joseph Mary Ssebunnya.
PIC: Fr. Ssebunnya celebrates mass with other priests. (Credit: Mathias Mazinga)
KAMPALA - The Metropolitan Archbishop of Kampala, Dr Cyprian Kizito Lwanga, has commended the parishioners of Rubaga Cathedral for putting in place sustainable projects, which have enabled the parish to be self-reliant.
The Archbishop's message of appreciation was delivered by his Chancellor, Fr Dr Joseph Mary Ssebunnya, who represented him during the cathedral's parish day celebrations at Rubaga on Sunday.
On his part, Fr Ssebunnya asked the parishioners, and all Catholics in general, to lead a truly Christian life. He further asked them to always assimilate and remain in full communion with the leadership of the Church.
"We must not be lip-service believers who pray in Church but behave mischievously outside Church. As Christians, we must be exemplary in what we do. We must exhibit the Christian virtues of love and honesty in our everyday life."
Rubaga Cathedral's Sacred Heart choir
The cathedral parish-priest, Fr Joseph Mary Bbuye, also asked the parishioners to lead a qualitative Christian life. He argued that religion is not a game of numbers but a way of life that thrives on the deep faith and conviction of the believers.
As one of the activities to mark the day, Ssebunnya wedded two couples: Rosemary Nakitto with Henry Ssebire and Sharon Kyomuhangi with George Muyimbwa Ssewambwa.
The function was also graced by Robert Kyagulanyi (Bobi Wine) and his wife Barbie. The state minister for youth, Nakiwala Kiyingi also attended.
Sharon Kyomuhangi and George Muyimbwa Ssewambwa
Rosemary Nakitto and Henry Ssebire
Pearl of Africa dancers entertain guests during the function