14 January 2013

Angola: Uije Bishop Defends Preservation of Public Heritage

Uíge — The Bishop of Uije Diocese, Dom Emílio Sumbelelo, on Sunday called on faithful at São Francisco de Assis Parish, for the need of preserving the public heritage, Angop has learnt.

The clergy said so when celebrating the Chrismal of 62 youngsters, adding that the goods created have a universal destination and that they are for everyone and achieved mainly throughout the work.

"Harmonizing and tutoring one and other dimension of the universal destination of the created goods is the priority", he said, adding that the seventh Commandments of God law alongside the tenth one says "you will not steal", but really the seventh one forbids to take or retain unfairly the follow creature's good and harm him.

The Bishop also said that justice and charity in the management of the good lands and the future of man work demand through the common good respect to the universal destination and the right to the private ownership.

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