Tuesday, 5 July 2016

Can a spiritual fornicator condemn another spiritual fornicator? Arch Bishop Stanley Ntagali condemns Hon. Rebecca Kadaga’s Spiritual fornication as he himself continues to fornicate with the adulterous catholic church.


Arch Bishop Ntagali welcomes pope

Roman Catholics and the Spirit of Fornication : Uganda's Catholic Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga thanks Ancestral devils for helping her Win the position of speaker of Parliament


ECUMENICAL SEDUCTION FROM THE HARLOT OF ROME : Pope Francis ‘s Tour of Uganda, Kenya and CAR: "When a child falls, he gets hurt and starts crying, he goes looking for his mother. When we have a problem, the best thing we can do is go where our Mother is and PRAY TO MARY, OUR MOTHER: Pope Francis visits Anglican shrines in Uganda: Pope Francis prays in Mosque


 Pope Francis and Archbishop Stanley Ntagali enter the Anglican Shrine to the Ugandan Martyrs in Namugongo. Photo: Petero Buyondo and Francis Emorut

A Statement from the Most Rev. Stanley Ntagali, Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, on Syncretism

Like many Ugandans, Christians in the Church of Uganda prayed for Hon. Rebecca Kadaga in her re-election campaign for MP and also for her election as Speaker of Parliament. We rejoiced when the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ opened both doors for her to serve the people of Uganda again. Like many, we were, therefore, confused by the reports of her visiting her ancestral shrine to give thanks for her re-election.

We value our ancestors because we are connected to them by the relationship we have. But, we must always trust only in God. We no longer need to go through the spirits of the dead because Jesus is our hope and protector. He alone is the way, the truth and the life, as Jesus says in John 14:6.
The Church of Uganda condemns syncretism and urges her Bishops and clergy to use this opportunity to proclaim the sufficiency of Christ crucified to meet all our needs, and to work pastorally with Christians to apply this glorious truth practically in their lives.
As we approach the commemoration of the Ugandan Martyrs on 3rd June, we are challenged by the faithfulness, commitment, and witness of these youth. Their willingness to renounce the “world, the flesh, and the devil” and to joyfully embrace the crucified and risen Lord Jesus Christ, even unto death, is a model for how we should all understand living a life with a single-minded focus on Jesus as the only Saviour and only Lord. There is a cost to discipleship and a great reward in following Christ.
We appeal to all Christians in the Church of Uganda, especially those serving in prominent positions in government and business, to uphold Paul’s exhortation to ‘live a life worthy of the calling you have received’ (Ephesians 4:1), to live ‘above reproach’ (1 Timothy 3:2), and to not cause others to ‘stumble’ (1 Corinthians 10:32).