ZAMBIA, 2005, the centenary of the Jesuits in Zambia, Scott 1063
Bishop Paul Lungu (1946-1998) who joined the Jesuits in 1969, was ordained priest in 1979. He worked as a pastor in Kabwe, capital of the Zambian Central Province, and then as Master of Novices in the Jesuit Novitiate in Lusaka, the capital of the country. He was ordained as the second Bishop of Monze in March of 1992, the country's youngest Catholic bishop. Bishop Lungu died in a car crash on 29 April six years later. A spiritual director and advocate of the poor, the bishop was buried with traditional rites for an African chief.