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08:36
08:36

New Arua Ass RCC Targets Home Maintenance Money in Corruption Fight 4 2

Matua emphasized the importance of addressing corruption at the family level, noting instances where men suffer due to misuse of household funds, such as the so-called 'table money'. He cited an example where a wife might consume a significant portion of the money left for meals and pocket the remainder, labeling this behavior as corruption.
16:57
16:57

Bishop Wandera Laid to Rest Inside Cathedral 1 3

Rev. Fr. Gonzaga Waziwazi Ongereny, the Chancellor of Soroti Catholic Diocese, said they decided to bury their founder Bishop inside the church in line with the tradition of the Catholic Church.
12:00
12:00

Religious Leaders Seek Tough Action to End Human Trafficking poverty 7 4

More than 24,000 Ugandans seek household jobs in the Middle East annually, driven out of the country by poverty, unemployment, domestic violence and family breakdown among others. However, hundreds of them who are unknowingly trafficked are reporting harsh and inhumane working conditions, which have put hundreds of lives on the line.
14:47
14:47

Increased Immorality, Witchcraft Among Catholics Worries Bishop Muhiirwa event 2 1 Top story

"It is unfortunate that we, the people that the martyrs generated with blood, are buried in such vices," Muhiirwa noted while delivering his homily during the Mass held as part of the events to pay homage to the martyrs at Namugongo Shrines in Wakiso district Friday.
11:35
11:35

Diocese From Mbarara to Lead Martyrs Day Next Year 1 1

Large numbers of faithfuls from all walks of life both within and outside Uganda make their way to Namugongo Shrine to celebrate and commemorate the 45 Catholic and Anglican Uganda Martyrs that were persecuted, butchered, and burnt alive on orders of Kabaka Mwanga between 1885 and 1887.
09:53
09:53

Bishops Asks Education Ministry to Retain Latin on Curriculum 1 3 Top story

Joseph Anthony Zziwa, the Bishop of Kiyinda-Matyana diocese and Chairperson of the Uganda Episcopal Conference, is concerned that the new curriculum intends to relegate the teaching of ‘Latin’, which has a central position in the Catholic Church.
10:52
10:52

The Likely Steps Leading to Appointment of Fourth Archbishop of Kampala process 1 1

Nsubuga, notes if the appointment is to take this direction, the Papal Nuncio, the Pope’s representative, opens consultation consults with various people for the names of qualified individuals. “they would be wide consultations in that matter,” Nsubuga added. “The process involves high-level confidentiality to avoid lobbying, undue pressure on those involved or those being considered, and unnecessary jealousies,” he adds.
19:51
19:51

Bishop John Baptist Kaggwa Laid to Rest 1 5

The Chairperson of the Uganda Episcopal Conference Bishop Anthony Zziwa, together with the Ordinary of Masaka Diocese the Right Reverend Serverus Jjumba led special prayers to pay tribute to Bishop Kaggwa.
16:35
16:35

Clergy Explain Lacuna in Sexuality Education Framework Church of Uganda 4

The framework had been divided into themes for each age group and what content they would have access to. The age group 3 -5 that is most controversial was supposed to learn how to follow instructions and knowing themselves or anatomy where children were to be taught how to differentiate their gender.
12:22
12:22

COVID-19 Pandemic; How Different Christians Denominations Will Celebrate Easter Churches of Uganda 1 Top story

Because of the pandemic, Pope Francis has issued a decree titled “In time of Covid-19 (II)” stipulating how each day of the Easter Triduum will be observed.
17:40
17:40

Decongesting Namugongo: Catholic Church Gazettes Special Day for Young Pilgrims Anthony Zziwa 2 4 Top story

To address the problem, the Catholic Church is opting to allocate an exclusive day to young pilgrims. The development will be pioneered Masaka Diocese, which is organising this year’s event.
16:47
16:47

Archbishop Odama Rallies Christians to Contribute to Martyrs Day 1 2

Fr. Martin Agwee, the Secretary for Finance revealed that since February when the fundraising activities where launched, the Organizing Committee has so far realized 120 million shillings in cash and 110 million shillings in pledges.
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