Tag: Bishop Paul Ssemogerere


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Oct 2017
Bishop P. Ssemogerere with others walking to another tent to collect the money

On Sunday, October 15, 2017 parishioners, political leaders and other well wishers from within and outside Kasana-Luweero diocese converged at diocesan headquarters to participate in a fundraising for the Bishop’s Annual Appeal Fund. . Over shs130m was raised as announced by Rev. Fr. Pontiano Ssonko, the diocesan treasurer general at the end of the activity. According to Fr. Ssonko, shs120m was contributed in cash and more than shs10m in pledges with this being the biggest amount contributed since the fund was started. The Fund is used by the Diocesan Ordinary to evangelize,......

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Aug 2017
Priests and deacons who were ordained at Kasana Luweero Diocese

On Saturday, August 19, 2017 the Bishop of Kasana-Luweero Diocese the Rt. Rev. Paul Ssemogerere ordained four priests and six deacons. The priests are Lubega Emmanuel Kato from Kikyusa Parish, Muzira Boniface from Nattyole Parish, Kimpi Alex from Kasana Cathedral and Ssemanda Tadeo from Nattyole Parish. The deacons include; Yiga Thomas Balikuddembe, Joseph Michael Miiro, Cosma Masanga, Mukasa Joseph, Nyanzi John and Kibuuka James. The prelate presided over the ordination during holy sacrifice of Mass in Kasana Cathedral. The event was witnessed by a huge congregation that filled the Cathedral to capacity......

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Aug 2017
Don’t Crave for Miracles at Kiwamirembe Prayer Place-Bishop Paul Ssemogerere

Hundreds of the faithful on Tuesday, August 15, 2017 made a pilgrimage to Kankoole-Kiwamirembe prayer place in Kikyusa parish in Kasana-Luweero diocese. The pilgrimage was in respect of the assumption of Mary Mother. Kankoole-Kiwamirembe prayer place was named after Mary Mother by Bishop Paul Ssemogerere the ordinary of Kasana-Luweero Diocese. The pilgrims came from different parts of the diocese and outside. The prelate celebrated holy sacrifice of Mass at 10.am under the shade constructed to provide shelter to the congregation that gathers for prayers. While delivering his homily, he commended the two......

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Aug 2017

There will be a pilgrimage to Mary Mother Kiwamirembe Shrine at Kankoole in Kikyusa Parish in Kasana-Luweero Diocese on Tuesday, August 15, 2017. The shrine at Kankoole was initiated and named after Mary Mother by Bishop Paul Ssemogerere for pilgrimages to among others link a deep love and devotion to Mary our Mother....

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Jul 2017
Bishop Paul Ssemogerere running during the St. Kizito annual marathon

In a bid to pay tribute to the contribution of St. Kizito’s strength in faith, a campaign has been launched to mobilize shs1.5b to redevelop his birth place into an international based faith tourism site. Rt. Rev. Paul Ssemogerere the Bishop of the Catholic diocese of Kasana-Luweero has urged all well wishers to contribute towards this cause. Speaking Saturday, immediately after the end of the marathon dubbed St. Kizito the Martyr annual marathon at Waluleeta in Nandere Parish, Bishop Ssemogerere said St. Kizito being the youngest Uganda martyr and the patron of......

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Jul 2017

We have St. Kizito the Martyr Annual Marathon on Saturday, July 22, 2017. Participants will be flagged off at 6.30am at Kasana-Luweero Diocesan headquarters with Bishop Paul Ssemogerere as the Chief runner. Tickets are being sold at shs10, 000 each. They can be accessed at all parishes across the Diocese including: Kasana Cathedral Parish, Mulajje, Katikamu, Kalule, Ngoma, Kijaguzo, Nattyole, Zirobwe, Kasaala, Kakooge, Mijeera, Kikyusa, Kapeeka, Nakaseke, Namaliga, Kiwoko, Nandere and Nakasongola....

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Mar 2016
Luweero Gets First Canon Law Court

The Kasana–Luweero Diocese has constituted the first ever Canon Law Court, the judicial arm of the Church Law, procedures and norms. Bishop Paul Ssemogerere said the tribunal, which is the first in the 19-year history of the diocese, is to resolve disputes and provide binding decisions on matters brought before it, including marriage. However, the court has never handled any divorce case. The Catholic Church discourages divorce. “The purpose of this tribunal is to conduct thorough investigations into spiritual goods, temporal goods of the Church, which are under contestation and protect......

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