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Reflection (Based on teaching shared by Fr. Stephen Mayanja during Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament at 5pm; Lubaga Cathedral) Focus; John 13:16-20

In today's Gospel Jesus washed the Disciples feet. It was a sign of love for the disciples and to show them to do the same to others. Therefore, the theme of today's Gospel is *Love*

The fruit of spending Quiet Time with the Lord is growth in our prayer life. Jesus spent alot of time praying to His Father; For instance in the Garden of Gathsemane during the night following his arrest, he was deep in prayer.

The fruit of prayer is faith and the fruit of faith is love because you first believe then you love. The fruit of love is serving and having served well we receive peace.

Prayer and faith without love are empty and loving without serving is empty. Some artists passionately sing about love and cause others to change. However when some are asked about that they think about thier marriage, they shy away.

In 1John 3:18 John says that let us love not in word or speech but in deed and in truth. St. Augustine, when asked about faith said, "love has helping hands, feet that reach out to the needy, and if danger befalls someone you love you will run straight away to reach out to them. Yesterday, when the Dormitory in Buddo caught fire, parents left their places of work, some without permission and within a short time they had flooded the gate to check if their children were well.

Love has eyes that sees those in need and ears that listen to the needy. Love is not a name to be talked about but to be practiced. Jesus talks to his disciples about love and expects them to practice it as he did.

Under many accessions, when Jesus practiced love but they didnot understand but later, by God's grace, they got to understand.

At the last super, Jesus washed the disciples feet and they didnot understand, but when they perceived His kind act Peter said, not only feet but his hands and head. It is not surprising that Peter had refused Jesus to was his feet. This is because washing of the feet was a role of a slave who would wash the feet of a visitor coming from a long journey. Jesus didn't wash their feet because he was their slave but gave them a challenge that if He has done it, then how about them? That is why He said, "A slave can be no greater than his Master"

More Immigration offices have been opened up due to the high demand for travel. Many qualified people have given up on their professions and gone our of the country to do the work of slaves. This is not because we don't have enough here but because of a few people who have alot and cannot where resources with others.

Everyone should try to make a contribution to society, that their life will be of value. Many of us have tried to do this and this is commendable. Those who have not started should try to out their love in action.

May our Mother Mary pray for us to love as she to the point of accepting to bear for us a saviour.
Protection ,Patronage Or Plunder? Bazzukulu ba Buganda tusobeddwa, twebuuza ekigendererwa kyomukulu #ApolloNelsonMakubuya mu ntalo zataddewo mu nnaku eziyise . Alwanyisa buli muntu aweereza obuganda. Ffe Nga Abe #ffumbeClan atumaazemu nnyo ensa.
Makubuya rallies disgruntled former Mengo ministers to attack the kingdom as Mulwanyamuli rebukes him

Owek Apollo Makubuya is rallying disgruntled former Mengo ministers to attack the kingdom in his bid to be appointed Katikkiro.

Among those Makubuya called and responded to his call is former Health Minister Ben Mukwaya. Mukwaya’s response was to release an article claiming Mengo had failed to look after the Kabaka. When Mukwaya served as minister, he wrote to Ministry of Health to ban Kabaka’s health camps that directly benefit his subjects.

Mukwaya registered the Kingdom ambulance and mobile hospital in his names and has refused to hand them over despite several warnings over the years. A search at URA has confirmed this.

This is the man Makubuya is relying on to attack Mengo by promising that he will appoint him his deputy once Kabaka names him Katikkiro.

In his calls former Mengo ministers say Makubuya promised them to return to Mengo. “This us our chance to lead. If we don’t make Baganda hate Mayiga, Kabaka won’t make a change. In everything we do, we must soil his name,” Makubuya said.

Makubuya also called Owek Sylvia Mazzi, Owek Dennis Walusimbi, Owek Bwenvu and Owek Emmanuel Ssendawula. He called Owek Mulwanyamuli Ssemogerere as well.

However, former Katikkiro Owek Mulwanyamuli and former Deputy Katikkiro Owek Ssendawula told him to stop his tricks.

MTN call records show Makubuya made the calls this week.

“Owek Mulwanyamuli and Owek Ssendawula were so disappointed and warned him to stop the attacks on Mengo in his quest for the Katikkiro job,” a very reliable source close to both leaders told us.

“They told him that Buganda right now doesn’t need its leaders fighting each other. They told him to sup
Is archbishop dead??
When is the way of the cross beginning??
GOD BLESS YOU ALL
God today is Ashish wensday we are going to enter for lent now, God please help us to renewing our faith, hope and love because Jesus revealed to his disciples the deepest meaning of his mission when he told them of his passion, death and resurrection, in fulfilment of the father's will
Please tune in Radio Sapientia 94.4 FM today at 10pm and listen to our program we had with the late Servant of God Bishop John Baptist Kaggwa few days to his silver jubilee Episcopate celebrations.
Nga kitalo nnyo ekya Taata wa Fr. Timothy Lukananso,!!! Let's pray for Fr. Timothy and all his family members, they are really in a trying moment. Dr. Mikasa rest in peace

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06/07/2021

Homily shared by Fr. Richard Mweebe during 1pm online Mass at Lubaga Cathedral) Focus Gen 32:23-33; Psalms 17; Matthew 9:32-38*

Mother Church celebrates the Memorial of St. Maria Gorette. She gives us a good example of persistence as she never gave up.

The theme of today therefore is; *Do not give up*

Jesus says that the harvest is plentiful but the labourers are few. They are few because;
1. God tests those He chooses
2. There are so many challenges that come with following Christ. Those who are challenged however give up. Giving up is a sin of omission. Do not give up in the struggle to find the right vaccine and treatment for Covid 19.

In the first reading, Jacob fights with a man he doesnot know. Inspite being in the dark night, he wrestles on till dawn.

This is the same with Abraham as we read from *Hebrews 11:8* By faith, Abraham obeyed when God called him to leave home and go to another land he didnot know. Jacob's fight too can be compared to Abraham's journey. And when the promise of the child is finally fulfilled, *God tests him and asks him to offer his only child as a sacrifice to Him (Genesis 22:1-8)* He obeyed and God and God blessed Him *(Genesis 22:15-18)*

Likewise, when Jacob wrestled on he prevailed and told the one he was wrestling with that he will not leave until He gives him a blessings. As a result, God gave Jacob a new name; Isreal.

Also in spiritual journey, we must fight on and remain firm in our faith even during difficulties. The difficulties are meant to make us firm. We will never lose the fight because we have our Lord Jesus Christ as our Model.

St. Maria Gorette didnot give up when oppressed by Alessandro. This man tried to fall in love with Maria Gorette but she refused to submit to him. He stabbed her 14 times but she died forgiving him.

May she pray for us that we do not give up; including fighting against the battle of Covid 19.

Mother Mary Help of Christians, pray for us.

Homily shared by Fr. Richard Mweebe during 1pm online Mass at Lubaga Cathedral) Focus Gen 32:23-33; Psalms 17; Matthew 9:32-38*

Mother Church celebrates the Memorial of St. Maria Gorette. She gives us a good example of persistence as she never gave up.

The theme of today therefore is; *Do not give up*

Jesus says that the harvest is plentiful but the labourers are few. They are few because;
1. God tests those He chooses
2. There are so many challenges that come with following Christ. Those who are challenged however give up. Giving up is a sin of omission. Do not give up in the struggle to find the right vaccine and treatment for Covid 19.

In the first reading, Jacob fights with a man he doesnot know. Inspite being in the dark night, he wrestles on till dawn.

This is the same with Abraham as we read from *Hebrews 11:8* By faith, Abraham obeyed when God called him to leave home and go to another land he didnot know. Jacob's fight too can be compared to Abraham's journey. And when the promise of the child is finally fulfilled, *God tests him and asks him to offer his only child as a sacrifice to Him (Genesis 22:1-8)* He obeyed and God and God blessed Him *(Genesis 22:15-18)*

Likewise, when Jacob wrestled on he prevailed and told the one he was wrestling with that he will not leave until He gives him a blessings. As a result, God gave Jacob a new name; Isreal.

Also in spiritual journey, we must fight on and remain firm in our faith even during difficulties. The difficulties are meant to make us firm. We will never lose the fight because we have our Lord Jesus Christ as our Model.

St. Maria Gorette didnot give up when oppressed by Alessandro. This man tried to fall in love with Maria Gorette but she refused to submit to him. He stabbed her 14 times but she died forgiving him.

May she pray for us that we do not give up; including fighting against the battle of Covid 19.

Mother Mary Help of Christians, pray for us.

06/07/2021

Congratulations Bishop Serverus Jjumba. May God continue to protect you.

Congratulations Bishop Serverus Jjumba. May God continue to protect you.

05/07/2021

AS WE GO TO SLEEP, LETS RECEIVE A BLESSING FROM OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST

AS WE GO TO SLEEP, LETS RECEIVE A BLESSING FROM OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST

05/07/2021

Homily shared by Fr. Stephen Mayanja during 1pm online Mass at Lubaga Cathedral) Focus: Genesis 28:10-22a; Psalms 91; Matthew 9:18-26

In the Gospel text, we hear of two main stories;
1) The official who wanted Jesus to touch his dead daughter and believed that she would be brought back to life.
2) The lady who had suffered a heamorage for 12 years and wanted to touch Jesus and get healed.

The first story concerns the Divine touch and the second story concerns touching Jesus that He may bring us healing.

*From today's Gospel we learn three key lessons;*
I) The story of the official gives us an example of an intercessory prayer. It teaches us to pray for those in need especially those who cannot reach the church when they are in critical condition. It also teaches us to pray for the dead as they can nolonger pray for themselves. Let us not only mind about our needs but also the needs of others

II) Let us try to be patient, hopeful and never lose faith and trust in God. The woman had suffered 12 years and she was patient and trusted God. Her prayer was, *"If I could only touch the hem of his garment"* Many times we get impatient when we get sickness and it's not healed at the time we wish.

When we learn that they going to give Covid money according to alphabetical order of the name those with names hay start with Z get impatient or those from districts such as Yumbe; Zombo get impatient.

The woman suffered 12 years until she touched the hem of Jesus' garment. Let us learn to be patient. Let's keep on praying to God in patiently like that woman.

III) Sometimes we need to get out of the crowd. A reknown writer once quoted that, *"If you stand for the truth, be ready to stand alone"* Crowds can mislead, cause commotion, discourage and laugh at you. Let us always try to get out of the crowd and stand with a few people who are on our side then we can return to the crowd later. Jesus first sent away the crowd and later performed the miracle.

As we have heard in the Responsorial Psalm that, *"In my God, I trust, let us always trust in God"*

Mother Mary, Mother of Christ, pray for us.

Homily shared by Fr. Stephen Mayanja during 1pm online Mass at Lubaga Cathedral) Focus: Genesis 28:10-22a; Psalms 91; Matthew 9:18-26

In the Gospel text, we hear of two main stories;
1) The official who wanted Jesus to touch his dead daughter and believed that she would be brought back to life.
2) The lady who had suffered a heamorage for 12 years and wanted to touch Jesus and get healed.

The first story concerns the Divine touch and the second story concerns touching Jesus that He may bring us healing.

*From today's Gospel we learn three key lessons;*
I) The story of the official gives us an example of an intercessory prayer. It teaches us to pray for those in need especially those who cannot reach the church when they are in critical condition. It also teaches us to pray for the dead as they can nolonger pray for themselves. Let us not only mind about our needs but also the needs of others

II) Let us try to be patient, hopeful and never lose faith and trust in God. The woman had suffered 12 years and she was patient and trusted God. Her prayer was, *"If I could only touch the hem of his garment"* Many times we get impatient when we get sickness and it's not healed at the time we wish.

When we learn that they going to give Covid money according to alphabetical order of the name those with names hay start with Z get impatient or those from districts such as Yumbe; Zombo get impatient.

The woman suffered 12 years until she touched the hem of Jesus' garment. Let us learn to be patient. Let's keep on praying to God in patiently like that woman.

III) Sometimes we need to get out of the crowd. A reknown writer once quoted that, *"If you stand for the truth, be ready to stand alone"* Crowds can mislead, cause commotion, discourage and laugh at you. Let us always try to get out of the crowd and stand with a few people who are on our side then we can return to the crowd later. Jesus first sent away the crowd and later performed the miracle.

As we have heard in the Responsorial Psalm that, *"In my God, I trust, let us always trust in God"*

Mother Mary, Mother of Christ, pray for us.

05/07/2021

Pope Francis doing well after surgery

According to Vatican news

Pope Francis doing well after surgery

According to Vatican news

04/07/2021

Pope Francis undergoes scheduled colon surgery

Let's pray for him

Pope Francis heads in for a schedule surgery for symptomatic diverticular stenosis of the colon.
By Vatican News staff writer

On Sunday afternoon, 4 July, Pope Francis was taken to A. Gemelli Policlinic in Rome where he will undergo scheduled surgery. The Pope recited the Angelus as usual with the faithful gathered in St Peter's Square. He left Casa Santa Marta in the afternoon.

The Director of the Holy See Press Office, Matteo Bruni, confirmed the information through a statement to accredited journalists sent through Telegram: "This afternoon, His Holiness Pope Francis was taken to A. Gemelli Policlinic in Rome where he will undergo a scheduled surgery for a symptomatic diverticular stenosis of the colon."

Performing the surgery is Prof. Sergio Alfieri. Dr. Alfieri is in the hospital's Department of Medical and Surgical Sciences and heads the Digestive Surgery Complex Operational Unit. He is specialized in general, digestive, colon-rectal, stomach and pancreatic surgery.

Another "medical bulletin will be issued at the end of the surgery", the press office's message concluded.

Source https://www.vaticannews.va/en/pope/news/2021-07/pope-surgery-colon-gemelli-policlinic-sergio-alfieri.html

📷Image by L OSSERVATORE ROMANO

Pope Francis undergoes scheduled colon surgery

Let's pray for him

Pope Francis heads in for a schedule surgery for symptomatic diverticular stenosis of the colon.
By Vatican News staff writer

On Sunday afternoon, 4 July, Pope Francis was taken to A. Gemelli Policlinic in Rome where he will undergo scheduled surgery. The Pope recited the Angelus as usual with the faithful gathered in St Peter's Square. He left Casa Santa Marta in the afternoon.

The Director of the Holy See Press Office, Matteo Bruni, confirmed the information through a statement to accredited journalists sent through Telegram: "This afternoon, His Holiness Pope Francis was taken to A. Gemelli Policlinic in Rome where he will undergo a scheduled surgery for a symptomatic diverticular stenosis of the colon."

Performing the surgery is Prof. Sergio Alfieri. Dr. Alfieri is in the hospital's Department of Medical and Surgical Sciences and heads the Digestive Surgery Complex Operational Unit. He is specialized in general, digestive, colon-rectal, stomach and pancreatic surgery.

Another "medical bulletin will be issued at the end of the surgery", the press office's message concluded.

Source https://www.vaticannews.va/en/pope/news/2021-07/pope-surgery-colon-gemelli-policlinic-sergio-alfieri.html

📷Image by L OSSERVATORE ROMANO

Photos from Sacred Heart Cathedral Lubaga Parish's post 04/07/2021

Homily shared by Fr. Achilles Mayanja during 10am Mass on BBS TV and Sacred Heart Lubaga Cathedral page

Focus: Ezekiel 2:2-5; Psalms 123; 2Corinthians 12:7-10; Mark 6:1-6*

*We are all called to be Prophets. Let us therefore not fear to prophesy as the Grace of God is with us*

Today is the 14th Sunday of Ordinary time, Year B. In this Mass, we continue to pray for all the faithful departed especially those who have died of Covid 19. We pray for the sick that Jesus may heal them; we pray for the Health Workers and the Policy makers that God may guide them in their work.

Today's readings call upon us; following the example of our Lord Jesus Christ and Ezekiel to do the work of being Prophets. Let us also take the example of St. Paul who says that in our weaknesses God helps us.

In the first reading, God send Ezekiel among his people, the Israelites but warned him that they are rebelious and hard hearted. Even if Ezekiel was weak and looked down on himself to accomplish the task, he went ahead to preach to them. He told them not what they wanted to hear but the Messege of God.

In the Gospel, when Jesus started His Ministry, He decided to go to His own people to bring them the good news. Some people welcomed Him and heard the words of wisdom He told them. After some time however, their eyes were blinded and they got into redundant talk saying; isn't He the son of Mary and Jeseph the carpenter? Aren't His brothers James, Judas and Simon? And they didnot believe Him. Jesus was saddened by their unbelief and no wonder He performed very few miracles there cans went to other areas.

What do the readings teach us?
1. All of us; the baptised share in the work of evangilisation. This work is not only for the Holy Father; the Bishops and the Clergy but for everyone. By virtue if our baptism, we become Priests, Prophets and Kings. God is sending you in your Family, office, village and in your community where you live.

In your Family, there are people who are living good lives but also those with challenges. Some do not want to pray on Sunday, others are co-habitting and not yet received the Sacrament of Matrimony, some are there thieves; corrupt at their places of work, others get their money in dubious ways. You may be working in hospital and treating the patients harshly. Others maybe in charge of allocating funds to the Vulnerable during the Covid Pandemic and they are asking for money before they can put those in need on the list. God says, do not fear. Tell them that what they are doing is wrong.

2. Even if the work of Prophesying is hard, God's grace is sufficient for you. Many prophets were not powerful but as St. Paul says, the grace of God is sufficient. God was with them.

The work of Prophesying is challenging. That is why when the Church comes out to give direction many get annoyed saying this is not their work. It should be noted that In the Vatican Council II; in the *Gaudium et Spes (Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the meden times)* It was stated that, *"The joys and the griefs of the people are those of the church."* That is why, in case of any injustice, the Church comes out boldly to rebuke the injustice. Where there is hatred, the church teaches love; where there is conflict, the church teaches reconciliation.

The church is the salt of the world. Therefore if you see someone stealing drugs and yet people are dying tell them. Do not compromise fearing thay they will get annoyed of you.

3. Let us avoid disrespecting the Sacred. Because the people in Jesus home country thought that they knew Jesus and familiarized Him, their eyes were blinded to see His divinity and started to underlook Him. He was saddened by their disbelief and as a result few miracles were performed there.

Mass is the most important Prayer. Some people however arrive late for Mass, dress indecently; wear clothes that they put on at the beach while in Church; others receive phonecalls while in Mass; disrespect the Eucharist; lack respect for the Sacrament of Penance saying, how can a Priest forgive sins; forgetting that behind that Priest is Our Lord Jesus Christ Himself who is forgiving them.

Let us therefore respect God. He is present when we gather for prayers as well as in His Word and in the Sacraments.

We pray to our Mother Mary to help us know thay we are all prophets and may she help us take this work forward.

Mother Mary Queen of Prophets, pray for us.

04/07/2021

EKIRIWO KATI | KITAAMBIRO KY'EMISSA KU LUNAKU LW'OMUKAMA 14

OLUNAKU LW’OMUKAMA 14 MU BW’OMWAKA

ESSOMO: EZEKIYELI 2,2-5

Oluyimba Olw’okwebuulirira Zab 122, 1-2a, 2BCD, 3-4

Essomo II: Korinti 12,7-10;
Evanjiri: Marko 6, 1-6

ST JOHNS CHOIR

NE REV.FR. ACHILLES MAYANJA

04/07/2021

OKUSABA KU LUTIIKO E RUBAGA

9:00 AM HOLY MASS

LED BY FR STEPHEN MAYANJA

03/07/2021

THE LAST WORDS DR CYPRIAN KIZITO LWANGA SAID ABOUT VACCINES

HIS WORDS WILL ALWAYS BE REMEMBERED
MAY YOUR SOUL REST IN PEACE DR CYPRIAN KIZITO LWANGA🙏

03/07/2021

TOMORROW OUR 10AM MASS WILL BE LIVE ON BBS Terefayina LED BY FR ACHILLES MAYANJA
LETS BE ON AND PRAY FOR OUR COUNTRY 🙏

TOMORROW OUR 10AM MASS WILL BE LIVE ON BBS Terefayina LED BY FR ACHILLES MAYANJA
LETS BE ON AND PRAY FOR OUR COUNTRY 🙏

03/07/2021

PRAY FROM HOME: DON'T MISS OUR 9AM MASS (LUGANDA) LIVE ON KBS Television UG
MASS WILL BE LED BY FR STEPHEN MAYANJA
GOD BE WITH YOU 🙏

PRAY FROM HOME: DON'T MISS OUR 9AM MASS (LUGANDA) LIVE ON KBS Television UG
MASS WILL BE LED BY FR STEPHEN MAYANJA
GOD BE WITH YOU 🙏

03/07/2021

OUR 8AM MASS TOMORROW (ENGLISH) WILL BE LED BY FR PIUS MALE. MASS WILL BE LIVE ON NBS AND OUR FACEBOOK PAGE
GOD HEAL THE WORLD 🙏

OUR 8AM MASS TOMORROW (ENGLISH) WILL BE LED BY FR PIUS MALE. MASS WILL BE LIVE ON NBS AND OUR FACEBOOK PAGE
GOD HEAL THE WORLD 🙏

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