Rubanda MP Hopeful Jacqueline Katabaazi Empowers Newly Ordained Clergy with Symbolic Donations

KABALE – In a gracious gesture, the Rubanda District hopeful Woman Member of Parliament, Jacqueline Katabaazi has generously donated a stock of holy oil and vibrant red chasuble cloth to support sixteen newly ordained priests and three deacons in the Kabale Diocese.

This heartfelt donation was presented during a significant Ordination Ceremony, which took place under the solemn guidance of Rt Rev Callist Rubaramira, the Bishop of Kabale Diocese yesterday. The venue for this auspicious event was the resplendent Our Lady of Good Shepherd Rushoroza Cathedral in Kabale municipality.

In her address to the newly ordained clergymen, Jacqueline eloquently emphasized the profound sense of purpose that must resonate within each of them. She encouraged them to forge a collective commitment to uphold the sacred responsibilities inherent in their chosen path of ministry.

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Jacqueline’s words of wisdom resonated deeply as she commended the priests and deacons for their selfless dedication, a testament to their willingness to sacrifice personal comforts in the pursuit of serving God’s people.

With a heartfelt conviction, Jacqueline implored the priests and deacons to remain steadfast in their unwavering commitment and to honor the solemn vows they have solemnly undertaken before God.

Her guidance echoed in the minds of the ordained Clergymen, reminding them of their duty to protect, preach, and earnestly pray for the well-being of the community they are destined to serve.

Jacqueline’s message extended beyond the clergy, as she also appealed to the congregation of faithful Christians. She encouraged them to foster a sense of camaraderie and collaboration with the newly ordained priests and deacons.

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She added that “By extending their love and support, the broader community could facilitate the clergymen’s mission and contribute to the advancement and prosperity of the diocese”.


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