By; Our reporter
4th October 2019
The Bishop of Kasese Diocese Rt. Rev. Francis Aquirinus Kibira has challenged Priests and other religious leaders against living a life of pomp and exaggerated self-importance as they execute their duties.
Presiding at the function for the religious profession of sisters of the Little Sisters of Mary at Bukangara Catholic Church in Nyakiyumbu sub-county Kasese district Bishop Kibira said many religious leaders are seemingly paying more attention to their titles as fathers, nuns, brothers, pastors and end up paying little attention to their core duty of serving Christ.
He explained that religious leaders must appreciate that the titles accorded to them are worthless if the religious do not lead lives expected of them in accordance to the bible.
Bishop Kibira also told religious leaders that they must never assume holiness and forget they are equally sinful human beings who time and again must seek forgiveness from God and commit to being servants of God and desist forms of exaltation that could derail them from the path of humility.