Rwandan Priest to Celebrate Mass, Healing Service Here


Ellen Meeuwsen, Staff Writer, Journalism I

Father Ubald, a Rwandan priest, will celebrate mass and a healing service from 9:21 a.m to 10:53 a.m. this Wednesday at Notre Dame Academy.  

Father Ubald has been a Roman Catholic priest for 25 years in southeastern Rwanda.

Along with conducting mass, Father Ubald will share his story, which Principal Patrick Browne says is “extremely compelling.”

There are many different documented cases of physical, spiritual, emotional and relationship healings through Father Ubald’s prayers. 

The government of Rwanda goes to Father Ubald for advice on forgiveness and reconciliation as the country continues to rebuild from the genocide of 1994.. 

Father Ubald is in the United States at the invitation of Imaculee, author of Left to Tell.  The best-selling book is an account of her survival of the Rwandan genocide.