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Ugandan archbishop asks government to collect taxes for Church

November 02, 2018

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CWN Editor's Note: A Ugandan archbishop has suggested that the government collect a “tithe” from Catholic public servants, and use the funds to support the Church. Archbishop Cyprien Kisito Lwanga of Kampala said that a 10% levy on the salaries of Catholic government workers would help to make the Church financially stable.

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