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October 26, 2020


Salesians of Don Bosco-Africa of the Great Lakes (Burundi, Rwanda and Uganda)

Rwanda: Rango Parish Priest calls for support to finalize the Construction of Parish Church

Rango Parish Priest calls for more supports to complete the construction of the parish church which is now at the final phase. The church under construction, replaces the old one, whose capacity was not sufficient in relation to the number of Christians coming for mass services every Sunday.

Father Remy Nsengyiyumva, Salesian of Don Bosco, parish priest of Rango explains that before, the church had the capacity of accommodating 800 well-seated Christians, while the number of seats should increase to 2000 following the construction of the new church.

 However, despite the contribution of Christians and other benefactors, there are still much works to be done to complete this holy building.

It is obvious that this church will need new chairs, paintings, doors, windows among others. But before all these needs, additional support is still needed.

“We ask friends, those who know us, who see these images, that they can help us. Now there are still work to do. This is why we need you and it is true that I say it is not very minimal, it is nonetheless large-scale work that requires enough resources. We will ask those who can provide us with effective means that they can help us so that we have a complete church soon “Father Remy said

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