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    • In Africa, human rights activists cannot work with religion | openDemocracy
      To sink deep roots in Africa, Pentecostalism, like Islam, Catholicism and Anglicanism, will have to accommodate local traditions.
    • Uganda: 'Pentecostal' Priest Upsets Catholic Church, Tranferred
      A group of Ugandan Christians are seething after the archbishop of Kampala transferred a priest. Fr Kibuuka, a young priest ordained in 2008, last year started charismatic prayer sessions in the Lubaga Nursing School, a stone's throw away from the cathedral, which attracted huge crowds, on Sunday afternoons. These prayer sessions reportedly attracted non-Catholics, including Muslims, coming from as far as Jinja, Masaka and Mukono districts. This was after some believers claimed that Kibuuka worked miracles.

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