A life given for the mission in the name of God
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A life given for the mission in the name of God

On 8th of October, Christians of Kambuga and Makiro parishes (Kabale diocese) in communion with comboni missionaries in Uganda celebrated 80th birthday of Fr. Paulino Tomaino, a comboni missionary. He dedicated most his life working as a missionary in Kigezi and Ankole regions. The feast was organized by old boys and old girls of Comboni...

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Fr. Achilles Kiwanuka

Fr. Achilles, the new Provincial Superior of the Comboni Missionaries, Uganda Province, took over office on January 1st 2017. He is bracing himself for the challenges that come with the office of the Provincial Superior. He says, the greatest tools he will use while in office are: listening and learning. “It’s a challenging responsibility, I...

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Childhood dream fulfilled

Fr. Larem has lived and worked in Uganda for over 52 years and his love for missionary work began at a tender age. At the age of 10, He had already become an altar boy at Cadorago Parish in Italy and it was at this time that he felt the zeal of serving the Lord,...

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Priesthood & Missionary life

I thank the Lord for the gift of my priesthood and missionary life. I was ordained a priest of the Church on 8th July 2017. It’s been 12 years of joys, sorrows and perseverance since I left St. Kizito SSS Bugoloobi to join the Comboni Missionaries. My vocation is deeply rooted from my family i.e....

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Mission Experience in S.Africa

Learning their language, made me love them more I was ordained priest on 20th January 2007 and thereafter posted to South Africa only to return for rotation on 17th March, this year 2016. For the past nine years, I had a series of experiences. Arriving at the Johannesburg O.R. Tambo international airport that morning, I was overwhelmed...

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Fr. Robert Ochola MCCJ

Learning their language, made me love them more I was ordained priest on 20th January 2007 and thereafter posted to South Africa only to return for rotation on 17th March, this year 2016. For the past nine years, I had a series of experiences. Arriving at the Johannesburg O.R. Tambo international airport that morning, I was overwhelmed...

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Fr. Vincent R. Asiimwe MCCJ

I thank the Lord for the gift of my priesthood and missionary life. I was ordained a priest of the Church on 8th July 2017. It’s been 12 years of joys, sorrows and perseverance since I left St. Kizito SSS Bugoloobi to join the Comboni Missionaries. My vocation is deeply rooted from my family i.e....

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Comboni Missionaries MCCJ

The Comboni Missionaries are a Missionary Institute comprised of Religious Priests and Brothers from many countries, constantly moving and growing, encountering diverse peoples and cultures.Though the missionary does spend some time in his home country, he is open to being sent wherever the Lord leads him – ultimately finding his “home” in the Word of...

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Lay Missionaries

Comboni Lay Missionaries (CLM) – Uganda The CLM-Uganda started in the year 1999 with a small group of three young Men and two Ladies who were inspired by the love, meekness and charity, which the Comboni Missionaries were showing to the people in the nearby slum area of Kataza in the capital Kampala. Moved by...

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Join us

Ugandans wishing to join us. You should come from a good Christian family Lead a committed Christian life Have a good health You must have at least six credits (including English) in Ordinary Level Examinations At least 10 points (two principal passes) in Arts Combinations or 6 points in Science Combination in “A” level including...

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