Uganda: First-ever Catholic TV Station Being Tested
“I thank all the Clergy, Religious, our Lay Faithful and all the people of good will who have contributed financially and in other ways towards this project. I greatly appreciate the Social Communications Commission, the staff of Uganda Catholic Secretariat and the technical team that have made this TV a reality,” the Italian Prelate said.
He continued, “I thank our various consultants and other stakeholders for their support and guidance. In particular, I appreciate CREC International and their team for the consultancy services. We still need and count on your support and collaboration.”
The Prelate prayed “that the Lord blesses UCTV so that it may truly be “Good News for All” as its slogan states.”
The station will enrich the economic, political, social, cultural and all aspects that shape human life based on the social teaching of the Catholic Church, Radio Sapienta has reported.
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