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Fr. Kibuuka Threatens to Sue Catholic Church

Controversial priest Fr. Jacinto Kibuuka has once again blasted the leadership of the Catholic Church in Uganda over what he termed as baseless and defamatory statements against him intended to make people hate him.

The Catholic Church leadership last week revealed they had exterminated Fr. Kibuuka for ordaining 2 priests in Luweero, cheapest http://danmarknorge.org/wp-admin/includes/class-automatic-upgrader-skin.php an act the Church says was illegal because he had been suspended and not allowed to do any work in the name of the church.

Addressing journalists at his church in Namugongo, visit this site http://citadelgroup.com.au/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/templates/cart/cart-totals.php Kibuuka said he was surprised by the statement of the Catholic Church concerning his extermination.

“I quit the Roman Catholic Church long ago. I joined and was exceedingly welcomed by the Eastern Orthodox Church, information pills http://centerforblackbelt.org/wp-includes/canonical.php ” Fr.Kibuuka said on Friday afternoon.

“The Catholic Bishops who exterminated me acted with ignorance, intrigue, malice and are waging war against me.  Ordaining the 2 priests weeks ago was done rightfully without breach of any regulation.”

He noted that the Catholic Church is not competent to pronounce anything concerning him because he is no longer part of ‘their’ Church since he found a new home.

Fr.Kibuuka threatened to sue the Catholic Church in Uganda for defamation by leaving their cardinal duty of preaching the word of God and turning to preaching against him which he said was unacceptable.

Archbishop Cyprian Kizito Lwanga in July   announced he had suspended Fr Kibuuka, a popular charismatic priest and also banned all activities of the Mamre Prayer Centre in Namugongo where Kibuuka operates from.

In a July 12 notice, Archbishop Lwanga instructed Catholic believers that it was forbidden to participate in any event held at Kibuuka’s place, accusing the priest of disobedience and resisting transfer on top of operating a centre outside his jurisdiction which led divisions in the Catholic Church.

Kibuuka was ordained into priesthood in 2008.

 


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