A Pastoral Letter of Him Eminence Emmanuel Cardinal Wamala, Archbishop of Kampala
1 January 2001
"Therefore if a ruler, even when engaged in State duties, neglected to concern himself with religion, he would be openly violating God's law, and would thus refuse to achieve the end for which God created him as well as that for which He created the country that the ruler is governing" (Church and State p. 11).
"...If civil authorities behave as if God is not their ruler, they incur the very serious guilt of being a scandal to their country, and such people do not deserve to be elected as rulers. This is not all ; a ruler who is concerned with religion only at home and in church where he is seen worshipping but who, when he is engaged in his political activities, tries to give the impression that he does not worship God is in grave error" (Church and State p. 12).