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Becoming Friends of God and of Humanity ~ Fr. Opiyo Constanz

The desire to serve God as a priest started quite early when I was a little boy. While at St. Joseph’s College Layibi, a tragic incident happened on the night of 30th March, 2004. Our chaplain Father Luciano – a Comboni Missionary – was brutally murdered after hearing our confessions in preparation for Easter. It was Holy Week. It happened by chance that I was the last to go to confession. That incident struck me like a bolt of lightning:

The missionary who loves educating the young generation

Fr. George Previdi was the Parish Priest of our Lady of annunciation, Kasaala Parish untill 2019. He did not know that he would one day become a priest, until his father literally put the idea in his head. In primary five, “my father asked me what I wanted to do in future, I told him I wanted to become a teacher, he asked me if I had never thought about becoming a priest, that is when I thought about

Experiencing God’s Love through helping people

I have lived in these almost 20 years sharing my faith and my life has helped me to experience the love, kindness and tenderness of God manifested through the many people He has put before me. Irrespective of the fact that missionary life is not all roses, there are also spies, I have seen more roses than thorns. The difficult times were well assumed with the help of God’s grace and mercy as they have been a learning experience that

I have to listen and to learn, and it’s an experience

Fr. Achilles Kiwanuka, a soft-spoken priest did not expect to be the head of the Uganda province. Since his ordination in August 1997, he had not worked in Uganda. After being denied a visa to Khartoum when the diplomatic relations between Kampala and Khartoum deteriorated In 1997 and his Superior asked him to go to Egypt to study Arabic. Life in Egypt was not easy and he studied Arabic for one year. In 1998, Fr. Achilles was asked to

Mission Experience in Brazil

Before I begin writing about my missionary experience, allow me to share with you the scene that changed my life. On 13th March 2013, while I was in the prisons of Vila Independencia São Paulo, Brazil, doing my usual prison apostolate, the world was anxiously waiting for the new shepherd of the people of God. Surprisingly with many expectations, the prisoners who were watching the TV came to me saying: we have a new Pope, and my heart trembled and

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 by its level of development and vastness. I felt I was back to Europe where I had been until seven months ago. Different from the European airports I had been in though was

52 years of Mission work in Northern Uganda

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 already became an altar boy at Cadorago Parish in Italy and it was at this time that he felt the zeal of serving the Lord, God. He narrates that one-day, as he came out at the sacristy; he met with Fr. Giovanni Meloni who asked him if he wanted to