Despite of the great distance of Uganda from the Philippines and the danger of Ebola Virus that now plagues the Western part of Africa, Br. Aldi Bureros, SSS remain courageous in answering God’s call to serve our mission in Uganda, Africa.
Br. Aldi, a Filipino Scholastic, left for Uganda last June. He will be staying in that country for the next ten months. As of now, he works as the treasurer of our Masaka community and helps the Parish which the Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament administers in Uganda.
Br. Aldi recognises the importance of his mission in Africa. He said “mission is always there in our midst. It is opening our heart to find God where ever we are. Sometimes, we try to avoid this mission because it is always challenging on our part since there are so many things that we need to surrender just to make ourselves totally available for the Lord.
I think, to be open for the invitation of the Lord is the key to follow Him. Discipleship means to trust fully in the providence of the Lord and to serve Him with Christian joy despite of our personal shortcomings to fulfil this great task from God.
Let us always remember that MISSION is the work of God. With this, I see myself as a humble co-worker in God’s vineyard.”
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