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Welcome to Comboni Missionaries, Uganda

We are a Missionary religious Institute of Priests and Brothers founded on the 1st of June 1867 by St Daniel Comboni. In Uganda, the Comboni Missionaries arrived on 17th February, 1910 at Pakwach. Our territory of evangelization in Uganda comprised of the greater northern region in the present-day Dioceses of Arua, Nebbi, Gulu, Lira, Moroto and Kotido.  We are also present in the archdiocese of Kampala, Mbarara and Jinja.

St. Daniel Comboni

Daniele Comboni, an Italian Catholic bishop who served in missions in Africa was the founder of both the Comboni Missionaries of the Heart of Jesus and the Comboni Missionary Sisters. He became the first Catholic Bishop of Central Africa, and one of the great missionaries in the Church’s history

Comboni Priests

The Comboni Missionary priests (mccj) are ordained and consecrated men, faithful to the vocation they receive and are committed to the Church’s mission, and endeavor to be witnesses of the Gospel through an attitude of collaboration and dialogue with other cultures and religions.

Comboni Missionary Sisters

The Comboni Missionary Sisters are a Catholic religious institute originally founded under the name Piae Madres Nigritiae, translated as the “Pious Mothers of the Nigritia” or “The Devout Mothers of Africa”. They are also known as the Missionary Sisters Pie Madre della Nigrizia or the Missionary Sisters of Verona

Being Ready and Willing

A scribe approached and said to Jesus, “Teacher, I will follow you wherever you go.”  Matthew 8:19 

This scribe said the right thing to Jesus.  This is the attitude we should all have toward our Lord.  We must be ready and willing to follow Him no matter what.  However, Jesus’ response to this scribe is interesting.  He said, “Foxes have dens and birds of the sky have nests, but the Son of Man has nowhere to rest his head” (Matthew 8:20).

Recent Events

Nebbi Diocese ordains New Bishop Rev. Raphael Wokorach MCCJ

Although many Christians were restricted from physically attending the consecration on 14th August 2021, they could not hide...

Moroto Diocese ordains Two Priests and One Deacon since 2005

On 27th June 2020, there was great joy at Moroto Cathedral. After fifteen years without an ordination, two...

Dzaipi Parish celebrates first Priestly ordination

On Saturday 30th, January 2021, St. Peter’s Catholic parish, Dzaipi was filled to capacity, as many came for...

Church News

Holy Land Christians need more protection, Christian leaders in Jerusalem warn

Christian leaders in Jerusalem are seeking an “urgent dialogue” with local authorities to discuss further protections for Christians...

Pope Francis: Visiting the sick is a Christian imperative

In a message ahead of the World Day of the Sick, Pope Francis reminded Catholics that caring for...

This bishop-elect was shot and his episcopal ordination postponed to 2022

The apostolic nuncio to South Sudan has announced the postponement of the episcopal ordination of a Catholic bishop-elect...

“To Save Africa With Africa”


We live out this phrase by respecting the culture and religion of the people we serve. We have great confidence in and respect for the people — encouraging them to become the protaganists of their story.

Our Projects

– The World is Our Parish – gives the clear message that we take Jesus’ words (Mark 16:15)