Archbishop Kaziimba urges vigilance against abortion, alcoholism

Archbishop Kaziimba urges vigilance against abortion, alcoholism
Archbishop Kaziimba

In a resplendent celebration of Christmas at the newly inaugurated All Saints Cathedral, believers were led in worship by the Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, Dr. Samuel Steven Kaziimba Mugalu.

The festive atmosphere filled the incomplete cathedral to capacity, echoing hymns and praises.

In his Christmas message, Archbishop Kazimba Mugalu addressed the congregation with a solemn call to action.

He expressed concern over the rising occurrences of abortion and alcoholism among Christians, urging believers to prioritize self-preservation and consider family planning.

"As we rejoice in the birth of Jesus Christ, we must also reflect on our responsibilities to ourselves and our communities. The increasing vice of abortion and the menace of alcoholism are challenges we cannot ignore," emphasized Archbishop Mugalu.

The archbishop led a procession to the altar, symbolizing a new chapter for All Saints Cathedral.

Despite the incomplete state of the cathedral, the believers fervently sang songs of praise and worship, creating an atmosphere of joy and devotion.

Highlighting the significance of the day, Mugalu called for generous contributions from Christians to support the ongoing construction works.

"Our cathedral, in its third phase of construction, stands as a testament to our collective faith and commitment. Let us contribute generously to ensure its completion by December 2024," urged the Archbishop.

The cathedral, expected to be fully operational by December 2024, represents a milestone for the congregation.

Archbishop Kazimba Mugalu's Christmas message not only emphasized spiritual reflection but also called for tangible support to realize the completion of the cathedral, urging believers to unite in both faith and action.

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