what then must we do?

all created in the image of God — how do we honor our differences and celebrate our common life?

we  hear news of brutal death in Uganda – death of a person striving to live out his baptismal covenant — ‘respecting the dignity of every human being’. David Kato will be remembered by many as a martyr. He was a son, brother, and friend to those who have few friends. May those left behind find comfort and strength in one another.

The article noted here offers an important perspective — someone telling the story of Kato’s funeral and the Spirit’s movement. The question remains, ‘what then must we do?’

A reflection and prayer — David Kato’s funeral

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