Lent: Is the season to change course and return to the Lord. The ashes placed on our heads invite us to rediscover the secret of life. Pope Frances tells us that, The ashes remind us that if we continue to conceal our hearts and hide ourselves behind a mask in order to appear invincible, we … Read more

Celebrating The Anniversary Of The Promulgation Of Jesus’ New Commandment Of Love

On Holy Thursday we celebrate the anniversary of the promulgation of Jesus’ new commandment of love: “Love one another as I have loved you” (Jn13:34). “…Do you realize what I have done for you?” You call me ‘teacher’ and ‘master,’ and rightly so, for indeed I am. If I, therefore, the master and teacher, have … Read more

Recognizing The Tenderness Of God

Most of us remember scenes such as when an important and loved politician visits a town or a village! Crowds gather easily whether invited or not and there is singing, clapping and shouts of joy as everybody wants to have a glimpse of the person. The crowd behaves in all sorts of manner in order … Read more

Reflecting On Social Justice Today

Reflecting On Social Justice Today This year has opened with a series of high-profile international meetings in Kampala, and one would have hope that at the end of it all, many lives and places on our common home – earth, will be transformed. Hope sits within us like a citadel!  It is interesting to note … Read more

An award to sister Margaret Conroy

An award to sister Margaret Conroy A Diamond Jubilee Medal awarded to sister Margaret Conroy (Posthumous) by H.E. President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni during the International Women’s Day celebrations. On 8th March 2024, sister Anamaria Nankusu the Provincial of Uganda-Kenya Province went to Katakwi district to celebrate the International Women’s Day. During this celebration, she received … Read more