Feb 14, 2011

¨CRITICALLY IMPORTANT¨ MINISTRY IN UGANDA: The Rev. Canon Ogle to become President of the Bishop Christopher Ssenyonjo´s ¨St. Paul’s Foundation¨ - ministry of reconciliation to all Ugandans!



The Rt. Reverend Christopher Ssenyonjo/UGANDA and The Reverend Canon Albert Ogle, TEC

Notable Citizens, Senators and Episcopal/Anglican leaders support LGBT ¨reconciliation¨  at The Capital of the State of California, Bishop V.G. Robinson/New Hampshire, Christopher Ssenyonjo/Uganda and The Reverend Canon Albert Ogle (far right)
 The Rev. Canon Albert Ogle, Integrity USA’s Vice President of National Affairs, announces his resignation from the Integrity organization in order to work full time with Bishop Christopher Senyonjo, retired Bishop of West Buganda, Uganda.

Bishop Christopher Ssenyonjo/Uganda, at The Center for Democratic Progress, Washington D.C.
¨The Rev. Canon Albert Ogle, Integrity USA’s Vice President of National Affairs, announces his resignation from the Integrity organization in order to work full time with Bishop Christopher Senyonjo, retired Bishop of West Buganda, Uganda. The Rev. Canon Ogle leaves Integrity USA to serve full time as President of the St. Paul’s Foundation for International Reconciliation, which will focus on deepening international relationships and support for Bishop Christopher’s ministry of reconciliation to all Ugandans.


The Rev. David L. Norgard, President,  Integrity U.S.A.
“It is with regret that we accept Albert’s resignation from Integrity’s Board of Directors. We owe Albert many thanks, as he has devoted himself faithfully to our mission. However, so that he can focus on this new critically important work, Albert has expressed the desire to turn his full attention to this new direction. We wish him well,” said the Rev. David Norgard, President of the Board of Integrity USA. HERE

  St. Pauls Foundation for International ReconciliationHERE

·  Thanks to The Rt. Reverend Christopher Ssenyonjo, Uganda
·  Thanks to The Rev. Canon Albert Ogle, President of St. Pauls Foundation
·  Thanks to Integrity,  U.S.A. and Uganda · Thanks to Wounded Bird, sidebar


2 comments:

Grandmère Mimi said...

Leonardo, thanks for posting this important news. I linked to the post at Wounded Bird.

SCG said...

I'm heartened to see this mission growing! Thanks for posting, Leonardo.