In his speech delivered by the deputy Mufti Sheikh Abdallah Semmambo during the second graduation ceremony of the Islamic Call University College, Sheikh Mubaje said it is local support, both financial and spiritual that has seen the University grow and embrace students from all walks of life including the underprivileged who are awarded scholarships to be able to attain an education.
During the Eid prayers held on Monday at Nakivubo Blue Playground, Kamoga emphasized the need to stop divisions among the Muslim community. He said that Muslims should respect their leaders and work together.
In his application filed on April 20, Mabirizi wants Nakitende to ask Grade One Magistrate Stella Paculal Okwong to stop hearing proceedings against Bugingo and Makula. He says his application challenges proceedings starting from January 12.
The Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, The Most Rev Dr Stephen Kaziimba Mugalu, reiterated the call during the Easter Sunday Service at All Saints’ Cathedral, Kampala as he was reflecting on the role of women in the Church.
The demolition of St Peter's church, which occurred in 2020 was the climax of a decades-long property wrangle between the Church of Uganda and the joint administrators of the estate of the late Evelyn Nachwa, a Buganda Kingdom Princess.
Muslims across the world fast during the 9th month of the Hijri lunar calendar in fulfilment of the fourth pillar of Islam. According to the Islamic tradition, the holy Quran has revealed to the prophet Muhammad peace be upon him in Ramadhan.
At the back of the court ruling, there is a story of bickering among members of one of the five oldest clans in Buganda, the need for money and emotions attached to the cultural site whose existence has been long threatened.
Vicente Kyabayinze, the Executive Director of East Africa Visual Artists, a human rights media organization says people are being left out in faith settings and denied opportunities in places of worship because clerics in some churches have powers to admit or expel believers.
Radhiyya Namakula, the commission’s publicity secretary said that the team will consult area leaders from UMSC, Muslim professionals and professional bodies, Muslim women and youth leaders, and Tabliq and Salafiya leadership in the Muslim districts.
Today, Ugandans remembered the services of a man, who stood tall to challenge a regime that many could not, and carried the cross on behalf of millions of Ugandans, endured persecution until his life was terminated while on the same slippery path. The main commemoration Service was on Wednesday held at Kololo Independence Grounds under the theme “Hope Beyond Affliction”.
The road to the celebration of the Synod is divided into three phases: a diocesan phase, a continental phase, and ultimately a decisive phase at the level of the Universal Church.
process that will be carried out by listening to all of the baptized, starting from small Christian communities known locally as obubondo or obutabi, to sub-parish, parish, and finally the diocesan level.
After reading the Papal letter, the new Archbishop, the Papal Nuncio to Uganda, Archbishop Luigi Bianco led the Dr. Ssemogerere to a special canopy-like chair in the cathedral. He presented him with a Mitre (special headgear) and stuff that Pope John Paul VI used during his first visit to Uganda and Africa at large.
Priests led by Monsignor Francis Xavier Mpanga prayed for journey mercies and blessings for Ssemogerere in his new office. Ssemogerere said that he was happy for the Christians that turned up to bid him farewell and escort him to his new office.
Metropolitan Muzeeyi was elected at the end of the three days of the Holy Synod of the Patriarchate of Alexandria between January 10 to 12. The synod meeting held in Egypt was chaired by His Beatitude Pope Theodoros II.
Explaining on the importance of the day, Fr male noted that it is observed nearly by all christian denominations as the feast day for the conversion of St Paul (formerly Saul) when stopped persecuting Christians, turned into an Apostle and great evangelist. Paul being the patron saint of the Archbishop-elect, the connection and significance can easily be identified.
Speaking at Lubaga Cathedral while presiding of the New Year’s mass, Kasujja said his message was in line with the Pope’s message which comes up with a message to world leaders that they should embrace in order for people around the world to live in peace and harmony.
Archbishop Kazimba says there’s a need for counseling so that learners and teachers can be re-oriented into schools. He says teachers need to be taught how to handle for instance pregnant learners and those who have given birth.