Mar 27, 2015 0Views: 214 The common Christian reading of the Bible is that Jesus “died for our sins”. For centuries this has been the spirituality of the Paschal Mystery. The death of Christ is seen...
Apr 09, 2015 0Views: 155 By Javis Mugagga Up until a few years ago Rick...
Mar 16, 2015 0Views: 139 The 1999 meeting in which the Superior Generals...
Views: 79 By Leadership Reporter The accomplishments of Comboni Missionaries in St. Mary’s Catholic Parish, Kitgum, Gulu Archdioce clocks 100 years this year 2015. With the theme: Follow Christ Your True Life, the occasion culminated on February 15th , with a solemn mass presided by His Excellency, Archbishop Michael August Blume, the Apostolic Nuncio to […]
Views: 160 By Fr. Lazar Arasu SDB A friend of mine recently posted a statement on facebook, “My grandfather saw clean water in rivers, I have seen it in the buckets, but my son sees it only in bottles, where will my grandson see it?” This same concern was raised by Pope St. John Paul […]
By Irene Lamunu When the former Minister for Finance Maria Kiwanuka was reading the financial year 2014/2015 budget last year, she stated that the Health Sector procured and distributed medicines and drugs worth Shs 124 billion. She said the ministry of health purchases essential medicines including Anti- Retroviral, Tuberculosis Medicines and Reproductive Health Supplies. Mrs. […]
Views: 8 By Venansio Ahabwe Success in the light of the Gospel To invest is to dedicate your resources such as time, energy, money or effort to an activity or project in the expectation of a future benefit. It is a way of acquiring something that you can be able to use for a relatively […]
Views: 12 Agostoni Friends commemorated the Annual Agostoni Day in Upper Prison Luzira with the inmates on February 15th 2015. Various activities that included a procession with the Prisons Band, Holy Mass, testimonies, entertainment, speeches and certificate awards to the most disciplined inmates gave the day a very special flavour.Fr. Agostoni Tarcisio was a Comboni […]
Views: 6 By Andrea Gagliarducci Tuesday’s appointment of Cardinal Giuseppe Versaldi as prefect of the Congregation for Catholic Education, together with Cardinal Rainer Maria Woelki’s commission as a member of the Administration of the Patrimony of the Apostolic See, signals that Vatican financial reform continues and that curial reform will need time to become effective. […]
Views: 6 By Matt Hadro As states around the country consider legalizing physician-assisted suicide, “death with dignity” looks markedly different for patients under the care of the Little Sisters of the Poor. In her 27 years with the order that cares for the “elderly poor,” Sister Constance Veit, L.S.P. says she has never seen or […]
Views: 4 By Ann Schneible On the 500th anniversary of St. Teresa of Avila’s birth, Pope Francis praised the Spanish mystic and reformer for her witness of self-gift to God, as well as her particular relevance during this Year of Consecrated Life. “How much goodness does the testimony of her consecration – born directly from the […]
Views: 4 CNA News In an unusual move, nearly 500 British priests signed an open letter urging the fathers of the upcoming Synod on the Family to issue a “clear and firm” proclamation of Church teaching on marriage and sexuality. The letter was published March 24 by the Catholic Herald and has already caused a stir […]
Views: 4 By Elise Harris Pope Francis on Palm Sunday said that imitating the humility of Jesus is what makes Holy Week “holy,” and encouraged attendees to mimic his attitude of humiliation as the week unfolds. Referring to the day’s second reading from St. Paul’s letter to the Philippians, which recounts how Jesus “humbled himself” by taking […]
Mar 28, 2015 0Views: 79 By Leadership Reporter The accomplishments of...