Our Lady of Africa Church, Mbuya

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Daily Consecration Prayer to Mother Mary O Immaculate Mother, I renew and ratify today in thy hands, the vows of my baptism; I renounce forever Satan, his works and all that has to do with him; I give myself entirely to Jesus Christ the incarnate Wisdom, to carry my cross after Him all the days of my life, and to be more faithful to Him than I have ever been before. In the presence of all the heavenly court, I choose you this day as my Mother and Mistress. I deliver and consecrate to thee my body and soul, my good, both interior and exterior and even the value of my good actions; past, present and future; leaving to thee, the entire and full right of disposing of me and all that belong to me without exception, according to thy good pleasure for the greater glory of God in time and in eternity. Amen
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DAILY SCRIPTURE READINGS, Fri June 05th, 2020...Memorial of Saint Boniface, Bishop and Martyr, Year A Reading 1 ----------------- 2 TM 3:10-17 You have followed my teaching, way of life, purpose, faith, patience, love, endurance, persecutions, and sufferings, such as happened to me in Antioch, Iconium, and Lystra, persecutions that I endured. Yet from all these things the Lord delivered me. In fact, all who want to live religiously in Christ Jesus will be persecuted. But wicked people and charlatans will go from bad to worse, deceivers and deceived. But you, remain faithful to what you have learned and believed, because you know from whom you learned it, and that from infancy you have known the sacred Scriptures, which are capable of giving you wisdom for salvation through faith in Christ Jesus. All Scripture is inspired by God and is useful for teaching, for refutation, for correction, and for training in righteousness, so that one who belongs to God may be competent, equipped for every good work. Responsorial Psalm ----------------------------------- Ps 119:157, 160, 161, 165, 166, 168 R. (165a) O Lord, great peace have they who love your law. Though my persecutors and my foes are many, I turn not away from your decrees. R. O Lord, great peace have they who love your law. Permanence is your word’s chief trait; each of your just ordinances is everlasting. R. O Lord, great peace have they who love your law. Princes persecute me without cause but my heart stands in awe of your word. R. O Lord, great peace have they who love your law. Those who love your law have great peace, and for them there is no stumbling block. R. O Lord, great peace have they who love your law. I wait for your salvation, O LORD, and your commands I fulfill. R. O Lord, great peace have they who love your law. I keep your precepts and your decrees, for all my ways are before you. R. O Lord, great peace have they who love your law. Alleluia ------------- JOHN 14:23 R. Alleluia, alleluia. Whoever loves me will keep my word, and my Father will love him and we will come to him. R. Alleluia, alleluia. Gospel ------------ MK 12:35-37 As Jesus was teaching in the temple area he said, “How do the scribes claim that the Christ is the son of David? David himself, inspired by the Holy Spirit, said: The Lord said to my lord, ‘Sit at my right hand until I place your enemies under your feet.’ David himself calls him ‘lord’; so how is he his son?” The great crowd heard this with delight. *** SAINT OF THE DAY for June 05th Saint Boniface (c. 675 – June 5, 754) Saint Boniface’s Story Boniface, known as the apostle of the Germans, was an English Benedictine monk who gave up being elected abbot to devote his life to the conversion of the Germanic tribes. Two characteristics stand out: his Christian orthodoxy and his fidelity to the pope of Rome. How absolutely necessary this orthodoxy and fidelity were is borne out by the conditions Boniface found on his first missionary journey in 719 at the request of Pope Gregory II. Paganism was a way of life. What Christianity he did find had either lapsed into paganism or was mixed with error. The clergy were mainly responsible for these latter conditions since they were in many instances uneducated, lax and questionably obedient to their bishops. In particular instances their very ordinations were questionable. These are the conditions that Boniface was to report in 722 on his first return visit to Rome. The Holy Father instructed him to reform the German Church. The pope sent letters of recommendation to religious and civil leaders. Boniface later admitted that his work would have been unsuccessful, from a human viewpoint, without a letter of safe-conduct from Charles Martel, the powerful Frankish ruler, grandfather of Charlemagne. Boniface was finally made a regional bishop and authorized to organize the whole German Church. He was eminently successful. In the Frankish kingdom, he met great problems because of lay interference in bishops’ elections, the worldliness of the clergy and lack of papal control. During a final mission to the Frisians, Boniface and 53 companions were massacred while he was preparing converts for confirmation. In order to restore the Germanic Church to its fidelity to Rome and to convert the pagans, Boniface had been guided by two principles. The first was to restore the obedience of the clergy to their bishops in union with the pope of Rome. The second was the establishment of many houses of prayer which took the form of Benedictine monasteries. A great number of Anglo-Saxon monks and nuns followed him to the continent, where he introduced the Benedictine nuns to the active apostolate of education. Reflection ----------------- Boniface bears out the Christian rule: To follow Christ is to follow the way of the cross. For Boniface, it was not only physical suffering or death, but the painful, thankless, bewildering task of Church reform. Missionary glory is often thought of in terms of bringing new persons to Christ. It seems—but is not—less glorious to heal the household of the faith. Saint Boniface is the Patron Saint of: Germany *** FOCUS AND LITURGY OF THE WORD for Fri June 05th, 2020...(Memorial of Saint Boniface, Bishop and Martyr) Today’s Gospel takes place in the temple area somewhat after Jesus’ triumphal arrival in Jerusalem. It is the continuation of the other Gospel readings of the week. In the previous passages, first some Pharisees and Herodians, then some Sadducees, and finally one of the scribes try to trap Jesus with their questions. Jesus responds in ways that do not advance the cause of those trying to ensnare him. Indeed, they seem to be agreeing with his answers. Jesus now becomes the one who poses a question. This question is meant to address a more traditional view that the Messiah would be a human leader, a king with a royal heritage, a military leader. Jesus challenges them to think that the Messiah might also have a more divine origin referencing Psalm 110 attributed to David. I can imagine myself as part of the crowd that had been drawn to Jesus by these exchanges. I can picture an apparent lack of a response by the elders to Jesus’ new interpretation of this Psalm further increasing His favor with the crowd. I envision Jesus coming across as learned and perhaps even somewhat charismatic. I see Jesus in this series of interactions transcending His humble birth and His coming of age off the beaten track. These days (and this Gospel) have reminded me of the social hierarchies. We are all human beings possessing the right to a certain dignity, still the structure of society and current norms lead to profound differences in the ways in which many are treated. You may be fortunate to find yourself in a position of privilege and opportunity; you are healthy and still rather financially secure. This pandemic has made manifest how many have been marginalized in terms of heath care and economic vulnerability. I find myself challenged in how I am called to respond. Heavenly Father, The television and my smart phone bring the needs of those around me into my sight. Help me to discern how I can best be a source of support to those who are in need. The Gospel today focused on your divinity. Remind me of the spark of divinity that exists within us all. In today’s epistle St. Paul encouraged Timothy that, despite its trials, the Word provides us with mission worthy of pursuit. Draw me into service that responds to Your presence in this world. ***
MASWALI YA URAHISI WA RIWAYA, Thu Juni 04, 2020 ... mawazo yangu Wacha leo tuvumilie mateso kwa ajili ya Kristo na kudai ukweli ambao ni Neno la Mungu bila woga. Wacha amri ya upendo wa Mungu na majirani ionekane inafanya kazi ndani yetu katika matendo ya huruma kwa wagonjwa na wahitaji, haswa masikini wa masikini katika familia zetu na jamii. Kaa katika Roho Mtakatifu na ukaishi katika njia za maarifa na upendo wake. Kuwa na siku iliyobarikiwa ! *** Charles Ongole John Namugongo UGANDA

Are you looking for a church to guide your spiritual life? Come and pray with us at Our Lady of Africa Mbuya Church. God loves you. The history of our lady of Africa The Comboni Missionaries founded by St.

Daniel Comboni who were already working in northern Uganda arrived at Mbuya Kampala in 1960 at the invitation of Bishop of Kampala, Rt. Rev. Vincent Belington, MHM. The Bishop donated to them 8 hectares of land and a small house was built and later on a Chapel to take care of the people from northern Uganda arriving in Kampala while searching for employment. However, it was on 7th October 1966 when the new Bishop of Kampala Emmanuel Nsubuga asked the Comboni Missionaries to start a Parish. In September 1968, the construction of the present Church was started. The foundation stone is blessed by Pope Paul VI on his visit to Uganda in 1969. On 20th September 1970, the newly built church was consecrated to God, in honour of the blessed Mary under the title of “Our Lady Of Africa”. On 28th October 1970, the Arch Bishop appointed the first Parish Priest of Mbuya in the names of Fr. Joseph Bertinazzo and he is joined on the 11th March 1971 by Fr. Paul Serra as curate. Since the beginning of the Parish, 15 priests have served the Parish.

Mission: Go to the world and preach the good news Mark 16:15

Operating as usual

R. I. P Fr. Christopher Besigye

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

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

Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross

First Reading Numbers 21:4-9;
Responsorial Psalm 78:1-2,34-38;
Second Reading Philippians 2:6-11;
Gospel John 3:13-17

Main Celebrant: Rev. Fr. John Bosco Mubangizi

Catechism Webinar 1: The Apostles’ Creed 1

REMINDER: Don’t miss our first Catechism Webinar this evening at 5.00pm by Our Parish Priest Rev. Fr. Anthony Kimbowa Kibira as he takes us through the meaning of the parts/lines of the Apostles creed. Join using the details below.

Topic: Catechism Webinar 1: The Apostles’ Creed 1
Time: Sunday September 13, 2020 05:00 PM EAT
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Meeting ID: 913 1875 7409
Passcode: Mbuya

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PRAISE AND WORSHIP HOUR : BY PRAISE AND WORSHIP TEAM

PRAISE AND WORSHIP HOUR : BY PRAISE AND WORSHIP TEAM

If we live, we live for the Lord, and if we die, we die for the Lord, so that alive or dead we belong to the Lord. (Romans 14,8-9). Fr Christopher Besigye, MCCJ has gone to be with the Lord for ever, May his soul rest in eternal peace! Amen.

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

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. Anthony K. Kibira

24th Sunday in Ordinary Time, year A Homily

By Fr. Mubangizi JohnBosco

Theme: Forgiveness

The theme of this Liturgy is very clear and straightforward: we must forgive others if we wish God to forgive us. Each one of us knows very well how it is hard to forgive. At the same time, we know the joy we get when we are forgiven.

Read the full homily here: https://bit.ly/33lqZwQ

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

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

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

Join us this evening Friday, 11th September, 2020 at 5.00 pm for the Adoration of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Pray with Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament … He is always waiting for you! You can pray via our Youtube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/ourladyofafricachurchmbuya or via Facebook here: https://facebook.com/ourladyofafricachurchmbuya/

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

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

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: Luke 6:27-38

Main Celebrant: Rev. Fr. Anthony K. Kibira

Our Lady of Africa Parish Mbuya is introducing weekly series of Webinars on Catechism (teachings of Our Catholic Faith) and Family Life. Each weekend on Sunday we will have a webinar taking place from 5 pm for one hour on either Catechism or Family life. Our first webinar will take place this Sunday 13th September 2020 starting at 5.00 pm by our Parish Priest Rev. Fr. Anthony Kimbowa Kibira. We are all invited to embrace these sessions and use this opportunity to learn more about our Faith and share experiences on family life especially during this difficult lockdown period that has greatly impacted on different aspects of life.

These webinar series will also be streamed live on our social media platforms (Facebook and Youtube).
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Our Lady of Africa Mbuya is inviting you to a scheduled Catechism Webinar.

Topic: Catechism Webinar 1: The Apostles’ Creed 1
Time: Sunday September 13, 2020 05:00 PM EAT

Join Zoom Meeting
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Meeting ID: 913 1875 7409
Passcode: Mbuya

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

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

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. Anthony K Kibira

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

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

23rd Sunday in ordinary time A homily
by Fr. JohnBosco Mubangizi

Theme: Brotherly/Sisterly Correction and Speaking out

Christ said " Where two or three meet in my name, I shall be there with them: we meet in Christ's name, Therefore he is with us. He binds us together as a community and hence called to be responsible for one another.
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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

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

Holy Mass | Olunaku Lw'Omukama 23 Mu Bw'omwaka - Omwaka A

Holy Mass | Olunaku Lw'Omukama 23 Mu Bw'omwaka - Omwaka A

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

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

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

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

Online Eucharistic Adoration

Join us tomorrow Friday, 4th September, 2020 at 5.00 pm for the Adoration of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Pray with Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament … He is always waiting for you! You can pray via our Youtube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/ourladyofafricachurchmbuya or via Facebook here: https://facebook.com/ourladyofafricachurchmbuya/

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

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

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

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

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

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

PRAISE AND WORSHIP HOUR : BY PRAISE AND WORSHIP TEAM

PRAISE AND WORSHIP HOUR : BY PRAISE AND WORSHIP TEAM

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

First Reading Jeremiah 20:7-9; Responsorial Psalm 62:2-6,8-9;Second Reading Romans 12:1-2; Gospel Matthew 16:21-27

Main Celebrant: Rev. Fr. Anthony K. Kibira

Holy Mass|Olunaku Lw'Omukama 22 Mu Bw'omwaka - Omwaka A

Essomo I Byetusoma mu kitabo kya Yeremiya Omulanzi 20:7-9; Oluyimba Olw'okwebuulirira: Zab 62: 2,3-4, 5-6,8-9; Essomo II Bbaluwa esooka Paulo Omutume gye yawandiikira ab'e Roma 12:1-2; Ebigambo by'Enjiri ya Mukama waffe Yezu Kristu ebivudde mu Matayo 16:21- 27

Main Celebrant: Rev. Fr. Anthony K Kibira

MUSICAL INTERLUDE BY ST. JULIA CHOIR

MUSICAL INTERLUDE BY ST. JULIA CHOIR

Holy Mass | Saturday of Week 21 in Ordinary Time

Holy Mass | Saturday of Week 21 in Ordinary Time

Memorial of the Passion of Saint John the Baptist

First Reading Jeremiah 1:17-19; Responsorial Psalm 71:1-2,3-4a,5-6ab,15ab & 17; Gospel Mark 6:17-29

Main Celebrant: Rev. Fr. Anthony K. Kibira

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