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President Hichilema joins worshipers at the Mongu Parish

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President Hichilema joined hundreds of Catholic faithful at a worship service in Mongu Parish.

The President said it was heartwarming to see the Catholic Church’s efforts to integrate indigenous song and dance into their services, as well as their unwavering commitment to gender balance throughout the process. he said these practices are commendable and worth emulating, not only within the Church but also in other spheres of life, including government.

His Grace Bishop Chinyemba emphasized the core attributes of a Good Shepherd as servitude, social justice, honesty, unity, love, forgiveness, and reconciliation as central values.He said you cannot be a good Shepherd if you do not love the people you serve. Similarly, you cannot be a good servant if you do not reciprocate with hard work, and indeed, you cannot be a good Shepherd if you steal from the people.

President Hichilema said that as representatives of the government and the people of Zambia, he will heed and adhere to these principles.

 

 

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  1. The government of Zambia has shown appreciation for the significant contributions of Catholicism to the country, particularly in uplifting the indigent population through access to limited higher education opportunities. This support enables individuals to worship with a unique perspective and understanding of the concept of a block universe in their perception of God. The role of Catholicism in assisting indigenous people underscores the importance of the division of labor in society.

  2. In a recent statement, the President expressed admiration for the Catholic Church’s efforts to incorporate indigenous song and dance into their services, as well as their steadfast commitment to promoting gender balance at every stage. He lauded these practices as praiseworthy and advocated for their emulation not only within the Church but also in various facets of society, including the government.

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    • Really? Catholic Church’s “unwavering commitment to gender balance?”
      The pope is always a man and all priests are men. Unlike your SDA which was founded by a woman

  3. The significant contributions of Catholicism to the country, particularly in uplifting the indigent population through access to limited higher education opportunities. This support enables individuals to worship with a unique perspective and understanding of the concept of a block universe in their perception of God. The role of Catholicism in assisting indigenous people underscores the importance of the division of labor in society.

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