Katutura parish to receive 4 priests

Katutura parish to receive 4 priests

WINDHOEK – The Roman Catholic Holy Redeemer Parish in Katutura will celebrate the swearing-in of four priests this weekend.

Father Teddy Lennon told Nampa yesterday that the four priests are originally from South Africa and have never been to Namibia before. Lennon said since their arrival in the country at the beginning of the year, they had received a warm welcome from the congregation in Katutura and were looking forward to working here.”We are looking forward to Sunday, the day of the swearing in,” he said.Lennon is among the four priests being sworn in.The other three are Father Sydney Daniels, Clement Kholopa and Bongani Dladla.At present, the Holy Redeemer Parish has no priest.- NampaLennon said since their arrival in the country at the beginning of the year, they had received a warm welcome from the congregation in Katutura and were looking forward to working here.”We are looking forward to Sunday, the day of the swearing in,” he said.Lennon is among the four priests being sworn in.The other three are Father Sydney Daniels, Clement Kholopa and Bongani Dladla.At present, the Holy Redeemer Parish has no priest.- Nampa

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