Hundreds flock Waluleeta in St. Kizito annual Pilgrimage
On Sunday, July 30, 2017, hundreds of pilgrims flocked St. Kizito pilgrimage site in Nandere Parish in Kasana-Luweero Diocese during the annual pilgrimage. The pilgrims came from both within and outside Kasana-Luweero Diocese. Rt. Rev. Paul Ssemogerere the Bishop of Kasana-Luweero Diocese led the celebration of Mass.
During Mass, the Prelate installed seven  candidates for Lector and Acolyte as below;
- Seminarian Joseph Mary Bbaale—————Year 5 Mbaaga Kapeeka/Makondo
- Seminarian Henry Kibanje——————— Year 5 Mbaaga Nattyoole
- Seminarian Gideon Matovu——————– Year 5 Mbaaga Namaliga
- Seminarian Brian Luyombya—————— Year 5 Mbaaga Kasaala
- Seminarian Gilbert Tumusiime—————- Year 3 Alokolum Nattyoole
- Seminarian Christopher Kibuuka————- Year 3 Alokolum Kasana
- Seminarian John Baptist Lakwonyero———Year 3 Katigondo Kasana
The newly elected leaders on different levels including small Christian communities, sub-parishes, parishes, deaneries and Diocesan level were also sworn in.
Immediately after Mass, Bishop Ssemogerere toured the Caritas exhibition organized in the play ground of St. Kizito Primary School after he closed it. The week-long exhibition had been opened on July 22, 2017 hours after the St. Kizito the Martyr annual marathon. The marathon in which participants with Bishop Ssemogerere as the chief-runner were flagged off by Rev. Fr. Denis Ssebuggwawo the Diocesan Pastoral Coordinator at the Diocesan headquarters. The finish line was at Waluleeta. This was the first among the many other activities which had been organized for the St. Kizito week which was climaxed by the annual pilgrimage to Waluleeta.
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