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"EVEN CATHOLICS KISS THE RING OF THE POPE" – POPULAR UGANDA SPORTS ANALYST JOSEPH KABULETA


A viral photo of popular sports analyst kissing Prophet Elvis Shoes emerged online yesterday and it got many people wagging their mouth.

But the sports analyst Joseph Kabuleta, has come to say that he has no regret kissing the feet of a prophet since catholics kiss the ring of pope

HIS SAID...”I WASN’T OUT OF MY MIND. WHAT WE DID WAS NOTHING SPECIAL. WE ARE NOT THE FIRST PEOPLE TO HONOUR PEOPLE WHO HAVE SPIRITUAL AUTHORITY AND WE ARE NOT GOING TO BE THE LAST. IT IS NOT A NEW PHENOMENON. PEOPLE BOW DOWN AND KISS THE RING OF THE POPE. IT WAS AN EXPRESSION OF OUR HEARTS AND WHAT HE (MBONYE) MEANS TO US… RANGE ROVERS ARE THEIR TO BE DRIVEN, WHY NOT BY A MAN OF GOD? WHAT ARE THE SPECIFICATIONS OF PEOPLE SUPPOSED TO DRIVE RANGE ROVERS OR LIVE IN GOOD HOUSES”

The pope is a humble man of God and people don't pay to see him at special dinner events and kiss his shoes.

Former UCU student turned comedian Martha Kay blasted stylish pastor Prophet Elvis Mbonye following an expensive dinner slated for 1st September.

Through her Facebook account, Martha reacts to a message that has been making rounds on social media which calls upon people to pay 1 Million, 750k, 500k, 300k just to have a dinner with Mbonye.

She said, “Why can’t Mbonye pay for his subjects since he can afford driving the latest Range Rover. Surely honoring the prophet???? Aren’t we supposed to be honoring God? Not the prophet. Why glorify the guy?? If he is so rich that he can afford range rover new mode,” Martha fumed

The 2014 edition brought Francis to a center for the disabled and elderly in Rome. Francis kneeled down, washed, dried and kissed the feet of a dozen people, some in wheelchairs, some with grossly swollen and disfigured feet.

Pope Francis kisses the foot of a refugee during the foot washing ritual at the Castelnuovo di Porto refugees center near Rome, Italy, March 24, 2016.

Pope Francis pictured kissing the feet of a man

Jesus washing the feet of the disciples (John 13:1–17) occurred in the upper room, just prior to the Last Supper and has significance in three ways. For Jesus, it was the display of His humility and His servanthood. For the disciples, the washing of their feet was in direct contrast to their heart attitudes at that time. For us, washing feet is symbolic of our role in the body of Christ.

Jesus’ attitude of servanthood was in direct contrast to that of the disciples, who had recently been arguing among themselves as to which of them was the greatest (Luke 22:24). Since there was no servant present to wash their feet, it would never have occurred to them to wash one another’s feet. When the Lord Himself stooped to this lowly task, they were stunned into silence. To his credit, though, Peter was profoundly uncomfortable with the Lord washing his feet, and, never being at a loss for words, Peter protested, “You shall never wash my feet!”

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