Ugandan Anglican Bishop Decries Poverty

While on his religious tour, Bishop [Michael] Kyomya recently called upon believers to support church leaders to live a better life. “It is so challenging that Anglican Church leaders have lived a miserable life and considered the poorest people who beg and move on foot throughout their lifetime,” he said at St James Church.

He said priests and religious leaders need to be empowered by Christians because they are messengers of God and giving them is worth giving to God. “For how long shall we be a laughing stock yet they give us blessings all the time?” the bishop said in a circular issued to all parishes.

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