Category Archives: SPIRITUALITY

Come Lord Jesus, Maranatha

PREPARE THE WAY FOR THE LORD: God’s grace and mercy is always within our reach, it is only up to us to reach out and take it. Even though the sun is brightly and warmly shinning outside, we have to … Continue reading

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How much Catholic is “Charismatic”?

(Published in New Vision newspaper in Uganda on 6 December 2016, page 16) “Charismatic” ideology, the ways of worshiping and believing have always been a bit of controversy in the Catholic Church. It has been so from the apostolic times. … Continue reading

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CHRISTIAN SEX: A theology of the Body

(Programme presented in Catholic Radio, Gulu, on 25 November 2016) Highlights from St. Pope John Paul II’s document Love and Responsibility Practiced in Freedom, Love, and Joy –  “Take away from love the fullness of self surrender, the completeness of … Continue reading

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St. Lawrence: A Model in Service and Self-donation

(Published in Leadership magazine, Uganda – July 2016) Martyrs’ death often astonish us. They continue to inspire us. That is why thousands and millions walk to Namugongo martyrs shrine, in Uganda, East Africa make pilgrimage to venerate our own martyrs. … Continue reading

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St. Daniel Comboni: A missionary of mercy

(Published in Leadership magazine, Uganda – October 2016) On 4 September 2016 Pope Francis canonized Mother Theresa of Calcutta. It became a world event that attracted believers and non-believers, Christians and non-Christians. There is something common in all the saints … Continue reading

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IMMACULATE CONCEPTION OF MARY: Beginning of God’s Redemptive Plan

Incarnation­­−God becoming a human being like us is the most basic faith concept that Christianity is build upon. It has been the most debated dogma, a matter of faith that Christian scholars argued about from the beginning of the Church. … Continue reading

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CONCEPT OF THE HUMAN PERSON

The soul searching question to Jesus, “Who is my neighbor?” has gifted the humanity the immortal story of The Good Samaritan. This story is often quoted in the Theology of Liberation as an inspiration. Through this story Jesus invites us … Continue reading

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Preaching Justice: Misery at your gate

Sermon on “Lazarus and the Richman” Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, Today’s liturgy of the word presents to us a beautiful parable, “The Rich Man and Poor Lazarus”. It appeals to each one of us – children, students, and … Continue reading

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Parents as first evangelizers to children

“Matha, Pitha, Guru, Deivam”—the four common Indian words make a saying, proverb or phrase. It is the first proverb taught to children in school. Matha is mother, Pitha is father, Guru is teacher, and Deivam is God. In order one … Continue reading

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Need for ethical men in families and societies

Our post-modern society is sick to a great extend. Though not trying to be pessimistic with the society, we experience the following state of affairs in the society today. Senseless and numerous abortions done illegally and thoughtlessly; unhealthy use of … Continue reading

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