Ugandan Archbishop Cyprian Kizito Lwanga Proposes Tithes Be Deducted From Monthly Salaries

Apparently, the Archbishop of Kampala archdiocese Dr Cyprian Kizito Lwanga is fed up of christian members not paying their tithes and so, has proposed that the central government should start deducting 10 per cent tithe from monthly salaries of Catholic believers.

Cyprian Kizito Lwanga

Archbishop Lwanga during a Sunday mass at Lubaga Cathedral revealed that many Catholics do not pay the tithe, which slows down church work.

“We lie to God that we pay church tithe off our monthly salaries. During a mass like this, when time to pay the tithe reaches, Catholics just pick whatever they get from their pockets and give in, but the tithe the Bible talks about means that you pay 10 per cent of your monthly salary,” Archbishop Lwanga stated.

He also gave an example of Germany where the government takes the responsibility of collecting the church’s monthly tithe from salaries and hands it to respective Catholic Church leaders.

“In Germany where I have recently been, if an employee is supposed to be getting Shs1 million, the government deducts Shs100,000 and he/she walks away with Shs900,000 and it is working very well,” Archbishop Lwanga said.

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