Religious leaders in Uganda have emphasized the role of parents in helping children understand HIV/AIDS.
Religious leaders in Africa can help protect the environment by initiating initiatives journalists can report on, members of the Union of the African Catholic Press (UCAP) have said.
African Catholic Journalists have been told to play their part in preserving the dignity of migrants by producing content that exposes agents who are behind the suffering of those who leave their countries in search of better living conditions.
Catholic journalists in Africa have been told to be more intentional in their work, and to desist from communicating half-baked stories and “half-truths” in their environmental reporting.
The Prefect of the Vatican’s Dicastery for Communication has lauded Catholic Journalists in Africa under the umbrella body of the Union of the African Catholic Press (UCAP) for their dedication to address environmental issues.
Catholic Journalists in Africa are set to undergo training on how to work with other entities in addressing environmental challenges.
Members of the Legion of Mary in Uganda have taken deliberate initiatives to revive the Marian movement in parts of the East African nation where it had lapsed.
Months after the centenary celebration of the Legion of Mary in Uganda, new members are joining the Marian movements, and misconceptions about the Ireland-founded lay apostolic association are being clarified, an official in the East African nation has said.
The newly consecrated Catholic Bishop of Kasana-Luweero Diocese in Uganda has been urged to be fearless in his mission as shepherd of the Ugandan Episcopal See, and to remain firm in faith to the Lord.
On the occasion of the annual World Day against Trafficking in Persons marked July 30, members of the U.S—based development arm of the Religious Institute of the Salesians of Don Bosco (SDB), Salesian Missions, have highlighted initiatives helping to prevent trafficking and support to victims across the globe, including Africa.
Catholic journalists in Uganda have been urged to use the various means of communication in promoting the Church’s pastoral activities.
Pope Francis has, during an audience with Uganda’s Prime Minister (PM), Robinah Nabbanja, lauded the East African nation for demonstrating generosity in welcoming migrants and refugees.
At his Requiem Mass, members of the Uganda Episcopal Conference (UEC) have remembered the late Archbishop Paul Bakyenga, who passed away on Tuesday, July 18 at the age of 79 for delivering touching homilies.
Archbishop Paul Kamuza Bakyenga, the first Archbishop of the Catholic Archdiocese of Mbarara in Uganda, who has passed on at the age of 79 is being mourned as a humble servant and a “true advocate for unity”.
Catholic journalists in Africa will be of better service to migrants and refugees if they can invest their professional skills in fostering “a fraternal and friendly society” that is guided by a welcoming spirit, the President of the Pan African Episcopal Committee for Social Communications (CEPACS) has said.
The Vatican-based Prefect of the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development (DPIHD) has urged Catholic journalists in Africa to amplify the aspirations of migrants and refugees.
Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of Bishop Joseph Mugenyi Sabiiti, who has been serving as the Auxiliary Bishop of Uganda’s Catholic Diocese of Fort Portal since his Episcopal Ordination in April 1999.
The Catholic Diocese of Kasese in Uganda is observing a five-day prayer for the souls of the victims of the attack on Lubiriha Secondary School that is located in its terrirory, in the Western region of the country.
Religious leaders in Uganda have condemned “in the strongest terms” the attack on Lubiriha Secondary School in the Western region of the country that resulted in the death of at least 41 people, and half a dozen abductions.
Catholic journalists in Africa are set to gain skills in “specialized reporting” training that is to be realized in Uganda in July.