23 Novices say their first vows at Namugongo Novitiate
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Artificial Intelligence and the wisdom of the Heart
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All religions recognize the hand of God in creation and the order in creation. God as creator is the basic belief of all religions. Most religions believe that humans share life with God but teach that human beings are lower than God in wisdom and that our intelligence is much more limited in comparison with God. Judeo-Christian doctrines teach that God has appointed human beings to be co-creators with God, making us stewards of God’s creation. Human beings are superior creations of God and they are to be caretakers of God’s creation with the responsibility to care for it. Irenaeus, an early t ..read more
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Zuma’s party in bid to block SA parliament meeting
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by Irene Lamunu
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The party led by South Africa’s former President Jacob Zuma has asked the country’s highest court to stop the newly elected national assembly from sitting for the first time on Friday. It is a key date because that is when members of parliament are due to vote for the country’s president. But Mr Zuma’s uMkhonto weSizwe (MK) party is boycotting the session, claiming there were irregularities in last month’s general election – although it has not provided evidence to support this. Mr Zuma, a former ANC leader, is an ally-turned-enemy of President Cyril Ramaphosa, who is seeking a second term. Mr ..read more
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Lodonga Minor Basillica
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by Irene Lamunu
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BY IRENE LAMUNU Lodonga Minor Basilica is found in Arua Diocese. It is the oldest Basilica in Sub-Saharan Africa. This church is dedicated to Mary Sultana of Africa. One unique thing about this Church is that it was built in an area and district, which is predominantly Moslem. It’s the only Catholic Church midst Moslems along Koboko-Yumbe road. The Parish of Lodonga was established in 1927 and on 26 May 1961, Lodonga Church was made a minor basilica by Pope John XXIII. Lodonga Basilica is the first Basilica in Sub-Saharan Africa and the fourth oldest in Africa, after the Basilica of Our Lady ..read more
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Comboni Laudato Si appeals for green Martyrs day celebration
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by Irene Lamunu
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BY IRENE LAMUNU To support an environmentally sustainable Uganda Martyr’s Day celebration in Namugongo and reduce the carbon footprint, Laudato si Centre Comboni Uganda in partnership with Nebbi Catholic Diocese, the animators of this year’s celebration have appealed to the pilgrims coming for the Martyr’s Day celebration to support a green celebration of the Uganda Martyrs day in Namugongo this year. It is a reminder for all pilgrims to respond to Pope Francis’ message written in his encyclical ‘LAUDATO SI, 2015’ to take responsible actions to protect the environment and mitigate the effects ..read more
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Members of Parliament Renew call for minimum wage in Uganda
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by Irene Lamunu
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By JIMMY ODOKI ACELLAM May 1st, is the Feast of St. Joseph the Worker and International Labour Day too. It focuses on celebrating the contribution of workers towards the development and betterment of their countries. The theme for the celebration this year was: “Social Justice and Decent Work for All.” In Uganda, the national celebration took place in Fort Portal City under the theme: “Improving Access to Labour Justice: A Prerequisite for Increased Productivity.” Decency in work means good working conditions for workers; safety, freedom and respect for rights at the workplace. Labour Justice ..read more
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Nature in African culture
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by Irene Lamunu
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By Fr Edward Kanyike MCCJ The word ‘nature’, whose Latin etymology is ‘nascere’ (to be born) literary means ‘what is born.’ While in many African languages, it is rendered ‘creation,’ maumbilein Kiswahili and obutonde in Luganda would mean ‘what is created in the Western mentality and ‘what is created in the African thinking. This implies that nature is not our property but the property of God, the Creator. If traditional Africa has no record of endangered species, it is because of the way she sees and treats nature. As a property of God, nature is sacred. It is a mediator between man and the ..read more
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Grilled Pork chops with Roasted Vegetables
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by Irene Lamunu
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By Crystal Kiseka Pork chops, when lean and properly prepared, are an excellent source of protein, essential for muscle repair and overall body function. Additionally, pork is rich in B vitamins, such as B12 and zniacin, which play a crucial role in metabolism and energy production. Vitamin B12 is specifically essential for the formation of red blood cells, while zniacin (Vitamin B3) is essential for the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. It also plays a role in DNA repair and synthesis and contributes to the health of the skin, nerves, and digestive system. On the other hand, Co ..read more
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Traffic accidents a public health concern
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by Irene Lamunu
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DR. MIRIAM LAKER-OKETTA One evening, I sat morbidly watching a long video on YouTube. A video on the aftermath of that gruesome accident in Nkumba on Entebbe Road, which occurred in April 2024. For about an hour, that cement mixer sat heavily on top of the white Mitsubishi. For the long hours, people gathered and watched, some taking videos and photos on their smartphones. Other motorists inevitably slowed down when they reached the site. I imagined them craning their necks at the scene, shaking their heads at the tragedy and driving off to continue with their lives. For the long hours, the po ..read more
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Healthy relationships are nurtured; they aren’t natural!
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by Irene Lamunu
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BY JOSELINE BYAKATONDA Healthy relationships are medicine not only to the body because of the visible signs that will show on our faces, smiling and merry as one sails through life but a stream of unquenched strength to a human soul and mind too. To test this hypothesis, observe leaders and bosses in bad relationships from family/home and social and see how they frustrate everyone around and under them, which is expected; no one gives what they don’t have and it stems from inside out. “Bennie, what’s inside counts the most. Anybody can dress up on the outside and be dead inside.” Ben Carson’s ..read more
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