By; Gideon Peter Ssebulime
01st November 2019
The ordinary of Lugazi diocese Rt. Rev. Bishop Christopher Kakooza has commended the religious sisters of Good Samaritan institute for their services to the poor, marginalized and less privileged.
The instituted started in 1978 by the late Cardinal Emmanuel Nsubuga at the Bakateyamba home in Nalukongo Kampala has expanded its wings to dioceses of; Masaka, Kiyinda Mityana, Lugazi, Hoima and Mbarara archdiocese where they have got communities extending different services to serve the less privileged.
In the efforts to strengthen its self the institute has completed a 200 million Shs building that will accommodate more candidates under formation at the Good Samaritan Sisters Mukono Postulants a second stage formation center for religious sisters to be and the structure has been commissioned by the Bishop Kakooza with a credit to the institute over her services that bring God’s love closer to people.
He has called for support to the sisters because their contribution demands a lot besides self sacrifice. Bishop Kakooza said such work is similar to what persons who performed heroic virtues approved by the Catholic Church as saints are prayed for intercession to see that God grants each person his or her needs in life.