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Roman Catholic Leaders Complicit In Rwanda Massacre? Why Weren’t We Told This Before?

Posted by Job on March 15, 2008

ARUSHA, Tanzania – A Rwandan priest has been jailed for life after a U.N. tribunal extended his sentence for ordering militiamen to burn and bulldoze a church with 1,500 people inside. The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda’s ruling came after Roman
Catholic priest Athanase Seromba appealed his 2006 conviction, a statement posted on the body’s Web site late Wednesday said. He was originally sentenced to 15 years in prison.

The tribunal is trying the alleged masterminds of the 1994 Rwandan genocide in which more than 500,000 minority Tutsis and moderate Hutus were killed by Hutu extremists over a 100-day period. The tribunal said it convicted Seromba for “his role in the destruction of the church in Nyange Parish, and the consequent death of approximately 1,500 Tutsi refugees sheltering inside.”

Seromba was convicted of leading a militia that attacked the people and poured fuel through the roof of the church, while police threw grenades inside. After failing to kill everybody inside the church, Seromba ordered it to be demolished, the tribunal found.

Thousands of Rwandans have turned away from Catholicism, angered and saddened by the complicity of church officials in the genocide. Priests, nuns and followers were implicated in the killings and some churches were sites of notorious massacres.

The Rwanda war crimes tribunal has delivered 32 judgments, including five acquittals, since the U.N. Security Council established it in November 1994. There are 27 trials under way.

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Uganda’s Anglicans to boycott Anglican Meeting

Posted by Job on February 14, 2008

Uganda’s Anglicans to boycott Lambeth

The Anglican Church of Uganda has announced it will not be joining
the Lambeth Conference when it takes place in Canterbury this July,
citing anguish over the liberal direction of the Episcopal Church in
the US. The Ugandan Church joins Nigeria and Rwanda in boycotting the
conference, which brings together senior Anglican clergy every ten
years to discuss key issues affecting the worldwide Anglican Communion.

The Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, the Most Rev Henry Orombi,
pointed to the US Church’s decision to consecrate the openly homosexual
Gene Robinson as Bishop of New Hampshire in 2003. His consecration, Archbishop Orombi said, was in “flagrant disregard” of Resolution 1.10 passed at Lambeth in 1998, which rejected “homosexual practice as incompatible with Scripture”. (Interesting that even the conservatives are appealing to human authority rather than God’s by noting that the gay rights activists are merely breaking church rules rather than simply stating that they are violating and have no regard for the inspired infallible final and completely authoritative Word of God, the Bible. This demonstrates how being in communion with heretics can only result in having some of the stink of their trash rubbing off on you.)

Bishop Robinson’s consecration had, he continued, “divided the Anglican Communion in a profound way”. Archbishop Orombi went on to express anger at the US Episcopal
Church for continuing to bless same-sex unions, despite such blessings
being rejected by bishops at Lambeth 1998.

In December 2006, the House of Bishops of the Church of Uganda
endorsed a statement from the Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa
entitled The Road to Lambeth, which called for a solution to be found
to the crisis over the US Episcopal Church’s active endorsement of
homosexuality before the next Lambeth Conference.

“Since this crisis has not yet been resolved, the bishops of the
Church of Uganda have resolved that they will not be participating in
the Lambeth Conference,” said Archbishop Orombi, adding that the
Provincial Assembly Standing Committee had strongly endorsed the
decision.

He added that the decision to stay away from Lambeth had been made
to protest invitations from the Archbishop of Canterbury to US
Episcopal bishops “whose stand and unrepentant actions created the
current crisis of identity and authority in the Anglican Communion”.

Archbishop Orombi indicated that he would be attending the Global
Anglican Future Conference of orthodox Anglican bishops, clergy and
laity in Jerusalem in June.

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Rick Warren Turning Africa Into New World Order Slave State!

Posted by Job on November 1, 2007

Rick Warren Is Not Evangelizing Africa In The Way You Might Think

African, Australian, and The Netherland Testimonies AGAINST Rick Warren

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