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Kinshasa Scholasticate

                    The Scholasticate of Kinshasa is based in the Democratic Republic of Congo. It was transferred from France to DRC in July 1996. As a country, the DRC has passed through different political turmoil in as far as change of government is concerned; from kasavubu to...

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Nairobi Scholasticate

The community of the Scholasticate of Nairobi, like all the other Scholasticates of our institute, is composed of young religious from different nationalities united by the same missionary vocation and guided by a team of formators. Our first commitment as a Scholasticate is mainly theological studies. Basically, we are also committed to different apostolates (Youth...

Comboni Brothers’ Centre
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Comboni Brothers’ Centre

  The Comboni Brother Centre began in 1981 in Gilgil, 120km from Nairobi where there was a polytechnic institute run by the Comboni missionaries. There, the brothers were trained for a profession. It was transferred to Nairobi in 1986. The reasons of this transfer were at first the difficulties of finding people for inputs. Secondly,...

Inter-Provincial Novitiate
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Inter-Provincial Novitiate

The Novitiate of Lusaka is dedicated to a Comboni Martyr called Fr. William Nyadru. He was killed in Karamoja, Uganda in 1991. The inter-Provincial Novitiate was opened on 28th August 2001. Since it’s opening, vocational accompaniment of young men from English speaking African countries and Mozambique have been coming for the two year programme. The...

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Mission Animation Centres

KAMPALA (1) – Provincial House Comboni Missionaries P. O. Box 3872 KAMPALA KAMPALA (2) – Comboni House Comboni Missionaries Ismael Road P. O. Box 2522 KAMPALA LAYIBI (1) – Comboni House Comboni Missionaries Layibi – Meeting Centre P. O. Box 777 GULU MOROTO – Comboni House Comboni Missionaries P. O. Box 46 MOROTO

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Parishes where we are

ALENGA – Parish Catholic Parish Alenga P. O. Box 43 LIRA ALIWANG – Parish Catholic Parish Aliwang P. O. Box 108 LIRA ANGAL – Parish Catholic Parish Angal P. O. Box 85 NEBBI BALA – Parish Bala Catholic Parish P. O. Box 43 tel. (+256)782-84.93.89, (+256)772-40.58.44 LIRA ICEME – Parish Catholic Church Iceme P. O....

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Where We are

Dioceses in which we have a presence: Arua: Lodonga; Ombaci. Gulu: Gulu,Kalongo, Kitgum, Lacor, Layibi 1 e 2;Opit. Jinja. Kampala: Kampala 1, 2, 3;Namugongo. Kasana-Luweero:Kasaala. Kotido: Kanawat, Kapedo,Kotido. Lira: Alenga, Aliwang, Bala,Iceme, Lira, Lira-Ngeta. Mbarara:Kyamuhunga, Rushere. Moroto:Kangole, Matany, Moroto, Namalu. Nebbi: Angal.

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Mission in Uganda

The first Comboni Missionaries entered Uganda from the Sudan and settled in Omach in 1910. Because of the affinity between the people of South Sudan and Northern Uganda, this move was seen as the natural extension of the work the missionaries were already doing in Sudan. Monsignor Geyer, Vicar Apostolic of Khartoum, led the first...

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Overview of the Comboni Missionaries in Uganda

COMBONI MISSIONARIES IN UGANDA EVANGELISATION FIRST STAGE North Africa, including Egypt and Sudan, had seen Christian missionaries since the time of Christ and the Roman Empire. Although they travelled some way up the River Nile, penetration deep into the interior was too much of a challenge. The modern evangelization of Africa started in the XIX...

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The mission in Uganda

EVANGELISATION        FIRST STAGE North Africa, including Egypt and Sudan, had seen Christian missionaries since the time of Christ and the Roman Empire. Although they travelled some way up the River Nile, penetration deep into the interior was too much of a challenge. The modern evangelization of Africa started in the XIX Century along the coastal...

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