Archdiocese Of kampala

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As you visit our website, you will understand better the scope of our mission to live and proclaim the Gospel of Our Lord Jesus Christ through Grassroot Evangelization.

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Launching The Archdiocesan Phase Of The Synod On Synodality At Lubaga Cathedral.

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
I welcome you all who are here and those who are following us on various media platforms as we celebrate the 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B. In a special way, today, we join the Universal Church to begin a 2-year synodal process, which will conclude in 2023, with a Synod of Bishops in Rome under the theme: “For a Synodal Church: Communion, Participation and Mission”. The Holy Father Pope Francis has instructed us to use these 2 years leading up to the synod as a period of sharing, reflecting and listening at ………

‘Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! In his great mercy he has given us new birth into a living hope through the Resurrection of Jesus Christ…’ —1: Peter 1: 3 (NIV)

Easter is the Summary of Faithful Christian Living

Dear Esteemed Reader, Greetings of Grace and Peace from the Editorial department.

This is yet another special Easter edition for your edification and nourishment. Gratitude goes to our editorial team led by Fr. Nicholas Mulumba, our advertisers and
writers.Lent lasts from Ash Wednesday to the Saturday before Easter. Lent is often described as a time of preparation and an opportunity to have a deeper experience with God. This means that, it’s a time for personal reflection that prepares people’s hearts and minds for Good Friday and Easter. Lent calls for self-introspection,penitence and spiritual renewal. People observe Lent mainly for the purpose of reconciliation.

The purpose of lent is to provide that purification by weaning men from sin and selfishness – through self-denial and prayer.

Kampala Archdiocese

The parish is the core of Catholic life in our local communities. In every parish of our Archdiocese, the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has been particularly acute. Our collective mission to spread the Gospel is challenging without a financial lifeline. It therefore important that our parishes and priests receive the offertory support they need to remain operational through this time without in-person weekly Masses.
You can support a parish today by clicking the donate button below. 

Thank you for your hopeful witness of the Gospel as you bring in word and action God’s invitation to all those suffering around us.

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Homilies

Which Child Am I?

“Which child am I?” In the various vocations, duties and responsibilities that God has entrusted to us, we daily need to re-examine how dutiful we are in the vineyard of the Lord.

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Will You Also Betray Jesus?

The worst part of the betrayal was that Jesus was betrayed by one of His own apostles. This hits hardest when Jesus Christ Himself says, “But see, the one who betrays me is with me, and his hand is on the table.” (Luke 22:21)

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Who Is Jesus Christ To You?

This is the time for us, for each one of us to look deeply into his or her life and give an answer to the questions of Jesus Christ most especially the second question, “And you, who do you say that I am?” (Luke 9:20).

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Why Do You Love Jesus? Why Do I Love Jesus?

Why should we pray for purity of intention? Someone may do something good (on the outside it is good) but when the intention, the heart with which it is done is not good. This is the experience of Herod in the Gospel today.

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