[Francophones] Je transfère cet article tel qu'il est en Anglais publié par un quotidien de Kigali "New Times".
Bishop Venuste Mutiganda
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Mer 22 Oct 13:15:03 GMT 2008
Tuesday, 21st October 2008Two new Anglican Bishops
of the Anglican Church of Rwanda, Emmanuel
Kolini.BY EUGENE MUTARA
Two new Bishops were last week elected by the Anglican
Church. Bishop Augustine Ahimana was elected to represent
the newly created Kivu Diocese, while Nathan Gasatura will
head the Butare Diocese.
Talking to The New Times
yesterday, Rev. Ahimana said that he would focus on the
economic and spiritual growth of his flock. He explained
that his approach will entail validating ideas and coming up
with the best solutions for problems in the society.
Right now it is too early to have an agenda, but together
with prayers of course we shall come up with a better plan
of how to improve the community, Ahimana said. He
underscored that the population needs to balance all aspects
of life; growing economically as well as spiritually.
Kivu Diocese has over 60 Anglican parishes with
approximately between 96,000 to 192,000 followers.
The Churchs Spokesman, Grace Mugabe, said that the
diocese was created because the Anglican Church was growing
hence calling for the creation of a new Diocese in order to
serve the congregation better.
Mugabe explained that the Anglican Church was prepared to
restore the dignity of the Church that was ruined during the
1994 Genocide of Tutsis.
The Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Rwanda, Emmanuel
Kolini, urged the new Bishops to foster love and unity among
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