FELLOWSHIP GROUP IN ST. MARY'S SECONDARY SCHOOL KYOGA.
I have carried out some research on the youth and found out that, if they are well trained and modeled, they can make the best for our future.
While for my Pastoral spiritual year in Kyoga Parish, I also worked in a secondary school called St. Mary's secondary school. In this school, I formed a small group of 20 students. Whenever we met to share on the Word of God, we only met 13people. where they would be 12, and I the thirteenth.
With this group, I gave guidance on Spirituality, academic, social and economic way of living.
The group produced at the end the best spiritual persons, academic and also were very social and free in the community that even the teachers could not understand the attitude that was developed in them.
I received more than two phone calls from different parents telling me about the behavior change of their daughters and sons. I only said that they had the will to change and had known the best for them. This group also transformed me to a person I am today.
The students, became more responsible of themselves and attained an academic and discipline excellency.
All visitors to this website, I request who ever has a good heart to give assistance to this group, because, I found that some don't have financial support that they were usually chased for school fees.
I only assured that God would be their help.
you may use any of my contacts here given by the website, below. or visit the contact area.
my pastoral spiritual year photo
Fr. George Tumusiime
| MY PASTORAL SPIRITUAL YEAR
I did my Pastoral spiritual year in Kyoga Parish under the leadership of the Parish Priest called Rev. Fr.Tumusiime George William, and his assistant Rev. Fr. Deziderius Kyeikara.
I participated in two different activities: Worked as a teacher in the school named St. Mary's secondary school where I was assigned the duty of being a dean of studies. There I taught Maths in S.1, and S.2 then also English in S.1, Computer skills in micro-soft office.
In the school I also helped as a counselor to the students and begun there a club known as fellowship club. Where we would meet for Bible study and self counseling. The group developed a sense of humor and it produced the best students in the school.
In the Parish, I visited some of the sub-centers and centers. most of the were the remotest having very poor family backgrounds. There I faced many challenges and these challenges encouraged me to harden.
My spiritual life was touched by one section of the sub-center of Lubira in Kamuri center called Kabira.
My journey to Kabira was like this:
I moved on a motor-cycle to Kayonza which was 15km from the Parish, then moved by boat on the river to Lubira which was the only option as the place is surrounded by water.
After having reached Lubira, I then moved on foot in the swamp and this took me 5km while my pair of trousers was folded to the knees.
Having reached such a place, I was given a warm welcome more than any place had given me, as I was told that I was the first person to be in such a place.
In such places of Kamuri center, I fought the battle with the evil spirits and at the end of it all more were welcomed in the church.
The highest joy I often had in all my times during pastoral work was the presence of people converting.
I ended well my pastoral spiritual year in a good style.
I am greatful to all people who have helped me up to this time in my vocation.
IN 2009, I HAD MY PASTORAL MONTHS IN KABUYANDA PARISH. AND THERE I WORKED IN MPOMA CENTER.
ALOT TO BE SHARED IN FUTURE.
THE CATHOLIC CHURCH STILL NEEDS MORE SERVANTS, FOR PEOPLE ARE HUNGRY.