The museum, which is found in Cardinal Wamala’s ancestral home in Kamaggwa village in Kyotera district, will act as a reference center for his contribution to both the Catholic Church and country at large.
Rt. Rev. Dr. Stephen Kazimba Mugalu assumed the leadership of Church of the Uganda (CoU) on March 1, 2020. He was enthroned as the 9th Archbishop of Church of the Uganda (CoU) at a colorful ceremony held at St. Paul’s Cathedral, Namirembe.
The handover followed a thanksgiving Service at St. Paul’s Cathedral Namirembe for Rt. Rev. Dr. Steven Kazimba who was elected as the 9th Archbishop of the Church of Uganda. The Thanksgiving Service in which the Bishop of Namirembe Diocese delivered a sermon was preceded by a welcome march of the Archbishop elect from Nankulabye junction along Balintuma road to the Namirembe Hill, the provincial seat of the CoU.
The pilgrims began their journey on January 29th visiting, Namirembe, the former archbishop’s palace, Kampala Serena hotel, the former Nile Manson and Nakasero, the former headquarter of the then state research bureau were Luwum was killed.
Legendary tales has it that Ssezibwa was born of a woman called Nakangu Tebatesa, wife of Nsubuga Ssebwato. The mythical around the place is that Nakangu gave birth to two twine rivers of which the older one (Wasswa) was named Ssezibwa and the young one (Kato) named River Mubeya in Nyenga.
The Most Rev. His Grace Stanley Ntagali, the Archbishop of the Church of Uganda led his last New Year Day as Archbishop service at Saint Paul's Cathedral Namirembe, where he preached against commercialization of politics.
Christmas is celebrated annually on December 25th to mark the birth of Jesus Christ. Ahead of the D-day, celebrants take to different places to shop for the festivities and their loved ones, something that partly explains why different business centers decorate to attract customers.
The coupons, which will enable the health workers and patients to access food items from Al-Seif mosque on Eid day, were handed to the beneficiaries by Bander Bin Mohammed AL-Faifi, the in Charge of Affairs at the Saudi Embassy.
This sort of relationship began as early as 1964 when the African traditional drums from Uganda were admitted for the very first time into the Vatican Church quarters for the canonization of the 45 Uganda Martyrs. Since that time the African drums continue to sound in the confines of the Church vestries as diverse cultural heritage intoxicates the bloodline of religion.