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The woman, a recovering alcoholic, added that she hoped to be “permanently healed of this evil. Followers of a charismatic Ugandan priest packed a Warsaw stadium this weekend. With some priests on hand to hear confessions, the day included a holy mass, three speeches by Bashobora and prayers for healing. Normally used for sporting events, the National Stadium in Warsaw was transformed into a giant church , complete with a heart-shaped stage and a giant cross about meters feet tall. It wasn’t just an ordinary worship ceremony, though. Discuss this issue with other readers! A year-old farmer told DPA that he’d heard the guest priest had “driven out different physical and spiritual sufferings” among his followers. Die Homepage wurde aktualisiert.

A year-old farmer told DPA that he’d heard the guest priest had “driven out different physical and spiritual sufferings” among his followers. While Pope Francis is trying to modernize the Catholic Church in Rome , priests in Poland organized a large event over the weekend that took on a somewhat atavistic tone. Die Homepage wurde aktualisiert. Known as a healer, the Ugandan priest drew a number of people in wheelchairs to the event, along with many others hoping to ease their pain. The woman, a recovering alcoholic, added that she hoped to be “permanently healed of this evil. Normally used for sporting events, the National Stadium in Warsaw was transformed into a giant church , complete with a heart-shaped stage and a giant cross about meters feet tall. Discuss this issue with other readers! Bashobora, who has reportedly visited Poland several times in recent years, works for the Mbarara Diocese in Uganda, and also reportedly appealed to his followers at the ceremony for financial support to combat malnutrition and support educational programs in Africa.

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Organized by Henryk Hoser, bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Warszawa-Praga, the event attracted the stadium’s largest crowd ever, ww to Polskie Radio’s English-language website, which reported that attendance topped that of the England-Poland football match there last year. While Pope Francis is trying to modernize the Catholic Church in Romepriests in Poland organized a large warszaiwe over the weekend that took on a somewhat atavistic tone. The woman, a recovering alcoholic, added that she hoped to be “permanently healed of this evil.

With some priests on hand to hear confessions, the day included a holy mass, three speeches by Bashobora and prayers for healing.

Discuss this issue with other readers!

Followers of a charismatic Ugandan priest packed a Warsaw stadium this weekend. More than 58, believers packed into the Warsaw National Stadium to see Father John Bashobora, a self-proclaimed exorcist, as he preached on Saturday.

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Die Homepage wurde aktualisiert. Bashobora has a reputation as a “faith healer who has already driven the devil out of a number of people,” one year-old woman told news agency DPA. A year-old farmer told DPA that he’d heard the guest priest had “driven out different physical and spiritual sufferings” among his followers.

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Bashobora, who has reportedly visited Poland several times in recent years, works for the Mbarara Diocese in Uganda, and also reportedly appealed to his followers at the ceremony for financial support to combat malnutrition and support educational programs in Africa.

Normally used for sporting events, the National Stadium in Warsaw was transformed into a giant churchcomplete with a heart-shaped stage and a giant cross about meters feet tall.

During the sermon, people afflicted with “Satanic revelations” were reportedly able to seek the support of “exorcists” in a special area set aside for the purpose. Father John Bashobora is famed for his talents as an exorcist.

Known as a healer, the Ugandan priest drew a number of people in wheelchairs to the event, along with many others hoping to ease their pain. It wasn’t watszawie an ordinary worship ceremony, though.