Our Lady of Africa Choir Mbuya. (OLAC)

Our Lady of Africa Choir Mbuya. (OLAC)

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Dear Brothers & Sisters in christ Jesus i will be coming to south africa at johnesburg & cape town i would like to distribute free divine mercy pictures and prayer card to the parishners can somebody help me to give parish priest name and mobile # so that i can get in touch and take approval for distribution God people plz come forward for the good cause and help glorify God name
Dear Brother/Sister in Christ, Tue Jun 04th , 2019 Re: JOIN US ON PILGRIMAGE TO KIBEHO, AUGUST 2019 It is our liturgical tradition to go on annual pilgrimage to KIBEHO, Rwanda; "the land elected by the Mother of the Word for her apparitions", for the Solemnity of the ASSUMPTION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY. This solemnity falls on August 15th. This three-day pilgrimage itinerary (Wed August 14th to Fri August 16th, 2019) covers five prayer destinations, namely, (i) KITOVU Cathedral, Masaka-Uganda: where late Msgr Aloysius Ngobya and Sr Amedeo Byabali, now "Servants of God", rest. The faithful pray, present intentions, and seek healing as they invoke their intercession in their process of Sainthood. (ii) RUHANGO, Rwanda: for 24/7 Divine Mercy, 'Mother of the Word', and Healing prayers. (iii) KIBEHO, Rwanda: the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Sorrows for Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Mass, the Way of the Cross, 24/7 Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, Rosary of the Seven Sorrows, Marian Holy Water, Museum of 1994 genocide, and Old parish church. (iv) CANA-Nyarushishi-Rwanda: for Divine Mercy at "Jesus Most Merciful" image, the Archangel Michael image, Holy Nativity of Jesus Monument, St John Paul II image, Holy Spirit Chapel, and the Old Church. (v) the GENOCIDE MEMORIAL, Kigali-Rwanda: where 250,000 people killed in the genocide are buried. This is also a chance to tour Kigali city. Our travel itinerary is advance-planned to guarantee you stress-free comfort and prayer experience given the long, arduous journey. We provide reserve-accommodation at the Regina Pacis Centre run by the Benebikira sisters just a stonethrow from Kibeho Shrine. It's male and female accommodation come with bed, toiletries, hot meals, restaurant and chapel . We have en-route service too. With priests as our pilgrimage directors, our pilgrimage is prayerfully complete. Journeying with us gains you collegial pilgrim experience, prayer, and meditation time. Given our organisation, both young and old pilgrims find welcome attraction to sojourn with us. In 2018, we had a number of sick, over-70 year olds who travelled and received spiritual and temporal satisfaction. Given enthusiastic response, registration for this pilgrimage has already began in earnest! For better experience, we require that all who enlist to travel provide the following: ● National ID or Passport number ● Telephone Contact number The above shall ease and speed border customs processing. Our 2019 pilgrimage will cater to members of "Daily Scripture Readings" groups, Lay Missionaries of Charity (LMC) brethren, sub-parishioners of the Ten O'clock Mass, Namugongo, all Catholics, and YOU, to whom SALVATION is important. COST & PAYMENT -------------- ● Ush 270,000= per head/seat (add mobile money withdrawal fee) ● +256772878237 (mob money in "Charles Ongole" name) ● +256702878237 (Airtel money in "Charles Ongole" name) ● instalments allowed ● receipt issued Payments have already began. Contact me TODAY! Blessed Virgin Mary; "Nyina Wa Jambo" (Mother of THE WORD), pray for us ! Yours truly in Christ Charles Ongole John, LMC Kibeho Pilgrimage Coordinator group founding administrator DAILY SCRIPTURE READINGS groups Namugongo UGANDA
Greetings from KKINDU PARISH
God is good. All the time God is good.
GOD IS ABLE
OK its nice it prise Lord
Please can someone add me to the WhatsApp group.I was a member but my phone had a problem so I have now bought another one.Here is my number 0775631754
I thanks almighty God for his protection &he may continue to protect all of you to worship and praise him with wonderful voice Iwish you happy Christmas and a new year
Robert Sebina thanx alot

Our Lady Of Africa Choir Mbuya is a Catholic group of Choristers with the aim of leading worship through Music as a tool of Evengelization of the Word of God

Our Lady of Africa Choir Mbuya started in 1968 as the first Choir in Our Lady of Africa Church Mbuya with the aim of promoting of active participation during mass. The members of this Choir are volunteers; They sacrifice their time, come for rehearsals so as to beautify the Liturgy of the Mass.

Choir profile Our Lady of Africa Choir Mbuya (OLAC) was started in 1968 with the main aim of beautifying the Liturgy of the Mass by encouraging the congregation to engage in lively singing, Worship and Praise, in short, to help people pray better. Since then, through God’s grace and the intercession of our Mother Mary, to whom the choir is specifically dedicated, the Choir has managed to evangelize to the people of God through Music. Our Lady of Africa Choir sings a variety of hymns and songs in several of our local Ugandan dialects notably, Luganda, Ateso, Lugbara, Luo, Runyankole-Rukiga, Rutooro, Lusoga, Lugisu and Samia. We also use international languages such as English, Latin, Italian, Spanish, Polish, Kiswahili, Igbo (Nigeria) and other local foreign dialects in our neighbouring countries of the Democratic Republic of Congo, (Lingala) and Rwanda (Kinyarwanda). The Choir sings at weddings, Thanksgiving ceremonies, Baptism, and Requiem Masses in both Catholic and Anglican Churches. It presents annual Christmas and Easter carol services at the Parish Church in Mbuya and has also regularly performed alongside other Choirs on invitation within Kampala and other parts of Uganda as well as outside Uganda including in Rwanda, Kenya, South Africa and Tanzania. The Choir practices at the Church premises every Sunday from 10.30am to 12.30pm after the 9.00am Mass, and during the weekdays on Wednesday and Thursday from 5.30 to 7.00pm. Our Lady of Africa Choir Mbuya (OLAC) was invited in South Africa on December 1st and 2nd 2011 to participate in the Inter-diocese Catholic Choirs Music Festival in Nelspruit (Mpumalanga) South Africa. This was a Festival that involved the SADEC Region Countries such as; South Africa, Botswana, Swaziland, Lesotho and our Choir was invited as the 1st Choir to participate outside that region to represent East Africa and the Rest of Africa as a Guest Competitor under the Standard Section and the Choir was able to merge the second in this section; this performance prompted the choir to join the Festival of this year at Polokwane South Africa. Therefore the Choir is appealing to people of Goodwill to contribute to this course generously in order to help some of our members who are students, the unemployed youth who are the majority in the Choir. Any contributions whether Financial or Material will be appreciated. For contribution or information

Mission: THE MISSION OF OUR LADY OF AFRICA CHOIR MBUYA IS TO EVANGELIZE THE WORD OF GOD THROUGH MUSIC TO PEOPLE WITHIN UGANDA AND AROUND THE WORLD

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Holy Mass | Monday of Week 25 in Ordinary Time - YR A

Feast of Saint Matthew, Apostle and Evangelist

First Reading Ephesians 4:1-7,11-13; Responsorial Psalm 19:2-3,4-5,10-11; Gospel Matthew 9:9-13

Main Celebrant Rev. Fr. Anthony K. Kibira

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Holy Mass | Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time - YR A

Holy Mass | Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time - YR A

First Reading Isaiah 55:6-9; Responsorial Psalm 145:2-3,8-9,17-18; Second Reading Philippians 1:20c-24,27a; Gospel Matthew 20:1-16

Main Celebrant: Rev. Fr. Archilles Kiwanuka

Holy Mass | Olunaku Lw'omukama 25 Mu Bw'omwaka - Omwaka A

Holy Mass | Olunaku Lw'omukama 25 Mu Bw'omwaka - Omwaka A

Essomo I Byetusoma mu kitabo kya Yisaaya Omulanzi 55:6-9; Oluyimba olw'okwebuulirira Zab 144:2-3,8-9,17-18; Essomo II Bbaluwa Paulo Omutume gye yawandiikira ab'e Filippi 1:20c-24,27a; Evanjiri ya Mukama waffe Yezu Kristu evudde mu Matayo 20:1-16a

Main Celebrant: Rev. Fr. Anthony K. Kibira

Holy Mass | Saturday of Week 24 in Ordinary Time - YR A

First Reading 1 Corinthians 15:35-37,42-49; Responsorial Psalm 56:10c-12,13-14; Gospel Luke 8:4-15

Main Celebrant: Rev. Fr. Anthony K. Kibira

ADORATION OF THE MOST BLESSED SACRAMENT

ADORATION OF THE MOST BLESSED SACRAMENT

Holy Mass | Friday of Week 24 in Ordinary Time - YR A

First Reading 1 Corinthians 15:12-20; Responsorial Psalm 17:1bcd,6-8,15; Gospel Luke 8:1-3

Main Celebrant: Rev. Fr. Anthony K. Kibira

Holy Mass | Thursday of Week 24 in Ordinary Time - YR A

Memorial of Saint Robert Bellarmine, Bishop, Doctor

First Reading 1 Corinthians 15:1-11; Responsorial Psalm 118:1-2,15c-17; Gospel Luke 7:36-50

Main Celebrant: Rev. Fr. John Bosco Mubangizi

Holy Mass | Wednesday of Week 24 in Ordinary Time - YR A

Memorial of Saints Cornelius, Pope, and Cyprian, Bishop, Martyrs

First Reading 1 Corinthians 12:31-13:13; Responsorial Psalm 33:2-3,4-5,12 & 22; Gospel Luke 7:31-35

Main Celebrant: Rev. Fr. John Bosco Mubangizi

Memorial of Our Lady of Sorrows

First Reading Hebrews 5:7-9; Responsorial Psalm 31:1-5,14-15,19; Gospel John 19:25-27

Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross

First Reading Numbers 21:4-9; Responsorial Psalm 78:1-2,34-38; Gospel John 3:13-17

Main Celebrant: Rev. Fr. Anthony K. Kibira

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PRAISE AND WORSHIP HOUR : BY PRAISE AND WORSHIP TEAM

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Holy Mass|Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time - YR A

First Reading Ecclesiasticus 27:33-28:9; Responsorial Psalm 102:1-4,9-12; Second Reading Romans 14:7-9; Gospel Matthew 18:21-35

Main Celebrant: Rev. Fr. John Bosco Mubangizi

Holy Mass|Olunaku Lw'Omukama 24 mu Bw'omwaka - Omwaka A

Essomo I Byetusoma mu kitabo kya Siraki 27:33-28:9; Oluyimba olw'okwebuulirira Zab 102:1-4,9-12; Essomo II Bbaluwa Paulo Omutume gye yawandiikira ab'e Roma 14:7-9; Evanjiri ya Mukama waffe Yezu Kristu evudde mu Matayo 18:21-35

Main Celebrant: Rev. Fr. Anthony K. Kibira

Holy Mass|Saturday of Week 23 in Ordinary Time - YR A

The Most Holy Name of Mary

First Reading 1 Corinthians 10:14-22; Responsorial Psalm 116:12-13,17-18; Gospel Luke 6:43-49

Main Celebrant: Rev. Fr. Anthony K. Kibira

ADORATION OF THE MOST BLESSED SACRAMENT

ADORATION OF THE MOST BLESSED SACRAMENT

Holy Mass | Friday of Week 23 in Ordinary Time - YR A

First Reading 1 Corinthians 9:16-19,22b-27; Responsorial Psalm 84:3,4,5-6,12; Gospel Luke 6:39-42

Main Celebrant: Rev. Fr. Anthony K. Kibira

Holy Mass | Thursday of Week 23 in Ordinary Time - YR A

First Reading 1 Corinthians 8:1b-7,11-13; Responsorial Psalm 139:1b-3,13-14ab,23-24; Gospel Matthew Luke 6:27-38

Main Celebrant: Rev. Fr. Anthony K. Kibira

Holy Mass | Wednesday of Week 23 in Ordinary Time - YR A

Memorial of Saint Peter Claver, Priest

First Reading 1 Corinthians 7:25-31; Responsorial Psalm 45:11-12,14-15,16-17; Gospel Luke 6:20-26

Main Celebrant: Rev. Fr. Anthony K Kibira

Holy Mass|Tuesday of Week 23 in Ordinary Time - YR A

Feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary

First Reading Micah 5:1-4; Responsorial Psalm 13:5,6; Gospel Matthew 1:1-16,18-23

Main Celebrant: Rev. Fr. John Bosco Mubangizi

Holy Mass|Monday of Week 23 in Ordinary Time - YR A

First Reading 1 Corinthians 5:1-8; Responsorial Psalm 5:5-6,7,12; Gospel Luke 6:6-11

Main Celebrant: Rev. Fr. Anthony K. Kibira

PRAISE AND WORSHIP HOUR : BY PRAISE AND WORSHIP TEAM

PRAISE AND WORSHIP HOUR : BY PRAISE AND WORSHIP TEAM

Holy Mass |Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time - YR A

First Reading; Ezekiel 33:7-9; Responsorial Psalm 95:1-2, 6-7, 8-9; Second Reading: Romans 13:8-10; Gospel: Matthew 18:15-20

Main Celebrant: Rev. Fr. John Bosco Mubangizi

Essomo I Bye tusoma mu kitabo kya Ezekiyeli Omulanzi 33:7-9; Oluyimba Olw'okebuulirira : Zab 94:1-2,6-7,8-9; Essomo II Bye tusoma mu bbaluwa Paulo Omutume gye yawandiikira ab'e Roma 13:8-10; Ebigambo by'Evanjiri ya Mukama waffe Yezu Kristu ebivudde mu Matayo 18:15-20

Main Celebrant: Rev. Fr. Anthony K. Kibira

Holy Mass|Saturday of Week 22 in Ordinary Time - YR A

Memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary

First Reading 1 Corinthians 4:6b-15; Responsorial Psalm 145:17-18,19-20,21; Gospel Luke 6:1-5
Main Celebrant: Rev. Fr. John Bosco Mubangizi

ADORATION OF THE MOST BLESSED SACRAMENT

ADORATION OF THE MOST BLESSED SACRAMENT

Holy Mass | Friday of Week 22 in Ordinary Time - YR A

First Reading 1 Corinthians 4:1-5; Responsorial Psalm 37:3-4.5-6.27-28.39-40; Gospel Luke 5:33-39

Main Celebrant: Rev. Fr. John Bosco Mubangizi

Holy Mass | Thursday of Week 22 in Ordinary Time - YR A

Memorial of Saint Gregory the Great, Pope and Doctor of the Church

First Reading 1 Corinthians 3:18-23; Responsorial Psalm 24:1bc-2,3-4ab,5-6; Gospel Luke 5:1-11

Main Celebrant: Rev. Fr. John Bosco Mubangizi

Holy Mass|Wednesday of Week 22 in Ordinary Time - YR A

First Reading 1 Corinthians 3:1-9; Responsorial Psalm 33:12-13,14-15,20-21; Gospel Luke 4:38-44

Main Celebrant: Rev. Fr. Anthony K. Kibira

First Reading 1 Corinthians 2:10b-16; Responsorial Psalm 145:8-9,10-11,12-13ab,13cd-14; Gospel Luke 4:31-37

Main Celebrant: Rev. Fr. Anthony K. Kibira

Holy Mass|Monday of Week 22 in Ordinary Time - YR A

First Reading 1 Corinthians 2:1-5; Responsorial Psalm 119:97-102 Gospel Luke 4:16-30

Main Celebrant: Rev. Fr. Anthony K. Kibira

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Our Lady Of Africa Catholic Church Mbuya 6562 MBUYA PARISH Kampala, Boazman Road
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Choir profile Our Lady of Africa Choir Mbuya (OLAC) was started in 1968 with the main aim of beautifying the Liturgy of the Mass by encouraging the congregation to engage in lively singing, Worship and Praise, in short, to help people pray better. Since then, through God’s grace and the intercession of our Mother Mary, to whom the choir is specifically dedicated, the Choir has managed to evangelize to the people of God through Music. Our Lady of Africa Choir sings a variety of hymns and songs in several of our local Ugandan dialects notably, Luganda, Ateso, Lugbara, Luo, Runyankole-Rukiga, Rutooro, Lusoga, Lugisu and Samia. We also use international languages such as English, Latin, Italian, Spanish, Polish, Kiswahili, Igbo (Nigeria) and other local foreign dialects in our neighbouring countries of the Democratic Republic of Congo, (Lingala) and Rwanda (Kinyarwanda). The Choir sings at weddings, Thanksgiving ceremonies, Baptism, and Requiem Masses in both Catholic and Anglican Churches. It presents annual Christmas and Easter carol services at the Parish Church in Mbuya and has also regularly performed alongside other Choirs on invitation within Kampala and other parts of Uganda as well as outside Uganda including in Rwanda, Kenya, South Africa and Tanzania. The Choir practices at the Church premises every Sunday from 10.30am to 12.30pm after the 9.00am Mass, and during the weekdays on Wednesday and Thursday from 5.30 to 7.00pm. Our Lady of Africa Choir Mbuya (OLAC) was invited in South Africa on December 1st and 2nd 2011 to participate in the Inter-diocese Catholic Choirs Music Festival in Nelspruit (Mpumalanga) South Africa. This was a Festival that involved the SADEC Region Countries such as; South Africa, Botswana, Swaziland, Lesotho and our Choir was invited as the 1st Choir to participate outside that region to represent East Africa and the Rest of Africa as a Guest Competitor under the Standard Section and the Choir was able to merge the second in this section; this performance prompted the choir to join the Festival of this year at Polokwane South Africa. Therefore the Choir is appealing to people of Goodwill to contribute to this course generously in order to help some of our members who are students, the unemployed youth who are the majority in the Choir. Any contributions whether Financial or Material will be appreciated. For contribution or information Of the four choirs that are active in the Parish, Our Lady of Africa Choir is the oldest. Its primary role is animating the 9.00am Mass at Church every Sunday. The age-group of the membership varies from 8 - 58yrs with some of its founder members proudly still being active. It currently boasts a membership of 60. The Choir practices at the Church premises every Sunday from 10.30am to 12.30pm after the 9.00am Mass, and during the weekdays on Wednesday and Thursday from 5.30 to 7.00pm. Our Lady of Africa Choir sings a variety of hymns and songs in several of our local Ugandan dialects notably, Luganda, Ateso, Lugbara, Luo, Runyankole-Rukiga, Rutooro, Lusoga, Lugisu and Samia. We also use international languages such as English, Latin, Italian, Spanish, Polish, Kiswahili and other local foreign dialects in our neighboring countries of the Democratic Republic of Congo, (Lingala) and Rwanda (Kinyarwanda). The Choir sings at weddings, thanksgiving ceremonies, baptism, requiem masses in both Catholic and Anglican Churches. It presents annual Christmas and Easter carol services at the Parish Church in Mbuya and has also regularly performed alongside other Choirs on invitation within Kampala and other parts of Uganda as well as outside Uganda including in Rwanda, Kenya and Tanzania. The Choir can be contacted through the Chairman, Mr. Otema Godfrey (077-3-176449); the Choir Director, Mr. Bruno Odwori (071-2-804675) or the Publicity Secretary, Mrs. Maria Oitamong (070-4-024613)
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