As a family of Bujuuko, we shall remember this day for the wonderful things God has done for us. We thank the Lord for this precious gift. We shall always handle our Parish with care and promise to move in line with the Holy Roman Catholic Church. It is a precious gift because we have waited and worked for this Parish since 1947.

A credit goes to our ancestors who already in 1947 had a vision that this will one day be a parish. We are now witnessing this golden vision. The Lord is really good.

 

Friends in Christ, we have a reason to rejoice. We are graduating from being a sub parish to a PARISH. It is indeed a great favour from God. It is on this note we extended a vote of thanks to our dear Mother Muduuma Parish for nurturing us and allowing to bear us. We extend our heartfelt and profound gratitude to the Archbishop. His Grace Dr. Cyprian Kizito Lwanga for his unwavering support; moral, spiritual, financial and material support accorded to us.

 

To my brother priests and religious especially the sons and daughters of Bujuuko, we are proud of you. To all priests who have served in Muduuma at one time thank you for always encouraging the laity of Bujuuko. It is because of your encouragement that the candle kept burning.

 

To you friends from other parishes, especially Kiwaatule your work in construction is so big. Thank you indeed. And to all people of goodwill, may the good Lord reward you. Beloved Parishioners of Bujuuko, as we renew our call as Christians, we have to fasten our belts. We are now a parish and we have to conduct ourselves as a parish with all the challenges which lay on our way. Among them we have a task of building a modern church which fits the modern times. In line with this, even the sub parish churches need immediate attention. Our schools also need attention and we also have a task of funding a project which will cater for our Parish. Working as team has seen us achieving more. If we continue with this spirit, we can look at the sky as our limit.

 

In renewing ourselves, we also have a task of going back to our roots, as instructed by the church. Deep evangelization will also help us to know our heritage and to be steadfast in faith.

 

Tujjukire, Tujaguze, Twezze buggya nga tunyweeze obukristu.

Fr. Anthony Bbaale. Parish Priest - Bujuuko Parish

 

 

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