Wed, 22 Dec 2010 13:42 - Updated Wed, 22 Dec 2010 13:41
Archbishop urges abstinence from exaggerated consumption of alcohol
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Lubango – The archbishop of Lubango, Gabriel Mbiligui, urged Tuesday in this city the population to abstain from exaggerated consumption of alcohol during Christmas and new year.
In an interview to ANGOP, part of Christmas preparation in the Catholic Church, the archbishop considered it necessary for the population to consume alcohol in moderate manner, thus avoiding endangering their health.
Gabriel Mbilingui reminded that 25 of December is a date in which the son of God was born (Jesus Christ), “reason why we should celebrate with jubilation and thank the creator for placing on earth the Messiah for saving us”, he stated.