Angola: Apostolic Nuncio Calls On Christians to Follow God's Way

Cabinda — The apostolic Nuncio, Novatos Rugambwa, last Sunday in Cabinda City called on christians to follow the path of God in their daily lives, so that they can be successful.

Novatos Rugambwa made this exhortation during a mass that served to ordinate a presbyter and a deacon, held in the Nossa Senhora Rainha do Mundo Parish.

The Catholic prelate also advised every person to walk in the way of God for this brings life in abundance.

To the newly ordained presbyter and deacon, Novatos Rugambwa told them to be fishers of men and be conscious about doing good things for the church, live always in the word of God and be an example for the youth.

"There must be fraternity among colleagues and pastorally among brothers and they should dedicate more time at the service of the community, in whatever place they are placed by the bishop", emphasized the Nuncio.

The ordination ceremony was attended by the governor of Cabinda Province, Aldina da Lomba, priests from Boma and Matadi (DRC), Pointe Noire (Congo Brazzaville), as well as from the Angolan provinces of Kwanza Norte and Bengo.

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