Bishop Serverus Jjumba of Masaka Diocese says the Museum is a collection of significant items and moments in the life of Cardinal Wamala, which will help priests and ordinary Christians to reflect on how to live purposeful lives filled with great contributions to the society.
Masaka diocese catholic diocese has unveiled a
historical museum that depicts the priestly life and works of Cardinal Emmanuel
The museum is found on the ancestral home of in Kamaggwa village in Lwankoni Sub County in Kyotera
will act as a reference center for the reputable contribution of Cardinal
Wamala to both the Catholic faith and country at large.
Jjumba of Masaka Diocese says the Museum is a collection of significant items
and moments in the life of Cardinal Wamala, which will help priests and
ordinary Christians to reflect on how to live purposeful lives filled with
great contributions to the society.
the museum, are pictures of Cardinal Wamala’s priestly life, books, pastoral
letters and religious souvenirs as well as literature about his biography that
is traced way back to his great grandparents.
Jjumba says they are going to use the museum for education, leisure,
entertainment and inspiration to people from all walks of life.
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Jjumba also led Christians on Saturday in a
thanksgiving prayer for the dedicated services of Cardinal Wamala who he
described as an extraordinary humble servant of rare character and integrity.
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President Yoweri Museveni, who commissioned the Museum,
applauded Cardinal Wamala for his lifetime contributions that went beyond
evangelisation in Church to providing guidance towards the political
transformation and leadership of the country.
that Cardinal Wamala was among the first opinion leaders who embraced the National
Resistance Rebels-NRA guerilla movement.
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Alongside his surviving sibling, Reverend Monsignor,
Henry Kyabukasa, Cardinal Wamala, said they were delighted that the Church has
granted him such a great honor that will assure him of a long-lasting legacy.
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The Ceremony was graced by the Chairman of the
Uganda Catholic Episcopal Conference and Kiyinda-Mityana, Bishop Joseph Anthony
Zziwa, who asked Christians to strive and preserve such a historical monument
that has been put in place.