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Ugandans discus sex education, land grabbing and Janani Luwum anniversary

The Church of Uganda adopted a 10-year master strategic plan when its Provincial Assembly held its biennial meeting last month in Mukono.

15 September 2016

Large crowds witness installation of new Archbishop of Congo

A host of dignitaries were present at the installation of the new Archbishop of Congo yesterday.

12 September 2016

Archbishops Chama and Ntagali elected to head Council of Anglican Provinces in Africa

The Archbishop of Central Africa, Albert Chama, has been elected as the new chair of the Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa (Capa). Archbishop Stanley Ntagali from Uganda is the new vice chair.

10 August 2016

Africa joins Ugandans to celebrate martyrs' day

More than one million Christians, including Anglicans and Catholics, from all over the world converged at Namugongo village in central Uganda last week (3 June), to commemorate the killing of 45 martyrs 130 years ago.

06 June 2016

Primate of Uganda warns against syncretism

The Archbishop of Uganda, the Most Revd Stanley Ntagali, has warned against syncretism – the practice of merging different religious beliefs. 

26 May 2016

Easter message from Archbishop Stanley Ntagali

An Easter message from the Most Revd Stanley Ntagali, Archbishop of Uganda and Bishop of Kampala (published on 23 March).

25 March 2016

Ugandans urged to pray for elections on Archbishop Janani Luwum Day

The Archbishop of Uganda, Stanley Ntagali, has called on Christians to observe next week’s observance of martyred Archbishop Janani Luwum – for the first time a public holiday in Uganda – as a day of prayer for the national elections which take place two days later.

11 February 2016

Pope Francis: Ugandan martyrs "continue to proclaim Jesus Christ and the power of his Cross"

The Pope has made a visit to the Anglican shrine to the Ugandan Martyrs in Namugongo, and spoke of the “ecumenism of blood”. 

30 November 2015

Ugandan Anglican Archbishop condemns harassment of opposition figures

Christian council urges government to consider electoral reforms ahead of polls next year

03 June 2015

Anglican Church of Uganda declares martyrs remembrance day for children

Celebrants urged to remain faithful to God in face of terrorism and xenophobia

14 May 2015

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