Kabale Diocese officially, sets date for 2022 Ordinations
Kabale Catholic Diocese officially, sets date for 2022 Ordinations, Bishop appeals Parish Priests to declare intentions publicly
RUSHOROZA, KABALE: Rt. Rev. Callist Rubaramira the ordinary bishop of the Diocese of Kabale, one of the five dioceses that lie under the ecclesiastical province of Mbarara, yesterday announced an official date set for priestly and deaconate ordinations.
In the Letter released on Monday, 11th July 2022, from the bishop’s office, a listed number of Candidates were presented and named to be ordained to the Holy Priesthood, to deaconate, and others to be installed for Major Orders, and to the ministries of Lector and Acolyte.
Bishop Callist Rubaramira asked Parish Priests to take the voice to the Christians around all parishes by announcing the candidates for affirmation or disfirmation of any candidate in case of vivid approved information with evidence that may cause a stop for a candidate for having been found unworthy to receive the sacrament of holy orders. This comes in accordance with Canon 1043 of the canon law new code that concerns and recommends candidates for ordination by granting the faithful and christian body to report for the suitability or unsuitability of the candidate looking forward to receiving Holy Orders.
He then, called upon all the faithful to faithfully pray for the candidates as they discern their vocation.
As the set date, 13th August 2022, the official priestly And Deaconate ordination Day, the letter shows an Early installation date for seminarians and candidates to Major Orders or serious Candidacy, ministry of Lector and Acolyte to take place on 6th August.
The office listed three candidates to receive Major Orders, and Eleven to be installed to the ministries of Lector and Acolyte earlier on 6th August 2022.
Details indicate that candidates hail from most parishes that make up the Diocese of Kabale, thus giving a glorious picture of the growth of Vocations in the Diocese.
Bishop’s Secretary – Kabale Diocese.
Rev. Fr. Placid Mugumya.