mapOur Location
Check on Maps
mapNext Service
7:30am & 9:00am

pope banner2

Fr. Paulino Twesigye Mondo

Fr. Paulino Twesigye Mondo is a Comboni Missionary Priest. He holds a PhD in Moral Theology from Academia Alphonsiana Lateran University Rome. Currently he is the Assistant Parish Priest Our Lady of Africa Mbuya- Kampala and Secretary Missionary Animation Comboni Missionaries Uganda. For the last twenty years he has worked as missionary in Kenya where he served in various capacities as National Youth Chaplain, Secretary of National Lay Apostolate, Secretary and Director Missionary Animation, Parish Priest Holy Trinity Kariobangi, Director of Radio Waumini Kenya, Program presenter of Know Your Faith Vatican Radio, Staff writer with National Mirror and New People Magazine, Theologian of Kenya Episcopal Conference, Dean of Eastland’s, Visiting Lecturer on Ethics, Social Doctrine to various Universities, Board Member various Colleges and Secondary Schools, member of College of Consultors Archdiocese of Nairobi, Theologian Delegate to the Second Africa Synod on Reconciliation, Justice and Peace and Synod on New Evangelization for transmission of Christian faith.

Tel 0787058387

Email: Pmondo@ourladyofafrica.org

‘World Vocation Sunday’ Theme: Jesus Christ, Stone, Son, Shepherd

The inspired writers did not think of God or communicate the great truths of the faith in philosophical terms. They spoke, wrote and shared their experiences of God with verbal pictures that literally bound off the page to create a lasting impression. Because of their bold and daring anthropomorphisms, God of the two testaments comes alive.

God speaks with human words; God hears the cries of the people. . . God sees the plight of the poor. . . God listens and cares. . . God wipes away the tears of the mournful. . . God stretches out a mighty arm and leads the enslaved to freedom all expressed in Exodus chapter 35. That my name and your name are written on the palms of God’s hands Isaiah 49:16. That “God holds us like a mother holds a baby to her cheek and teaches us to walk” Hosea 11:3-4 and the same “God bears us up on eagle’s wings” Exodus 19:4). It is “God chooses to be partnered with humanity” Genesis 17. Indeed God loves with an everlasting love that is why God’s involvement in human history cannot be doubted; God is the good shepherd.

Friday, 17 April 2015 00:00

3rd Sunday of Easter Year B 2015

Theme: The process of discipleship

During the time of his earthly ministry, Jesus was devoted to the process of making disciples those who believed in him. This process presents four common elements, namely; the call to follow Jesus originates from God; every future and present disciple is challenged to be converted to and transformed by the person of Jesus; this call requires a total commitment and willingness renounce anything that leads away from the Lord; then every authentic call to discipleship must necessarily result in a sense of mission and ministry.

Friday, 10 April 2015 00:00

2nd Sunday of Easter Year B 2015

Theme: You are the Easter people

During the Easter season, all of us who are just emerging from the Holy Week are invited to shift our focus and concerns to life in the wake of the Christ-event. We ought to ask ourselves, what are the implications of Jesus’ saving mission? How has yet another Holy Week impacted the human experience? How can the dying and rising of Jesus be assimilated by us who are his body? To assist all of us gathered here today in exploring these questions, the readings today put us in touch with the early Christian Community. That they were transformed by Jesus’ resurrection is unquestionable; that they were able to sustain that transforming experience and translate it into their everyday lives is nothing short of miraculous.

In explaining how the young community grew and miraculously developed into a viable Church, the early Christian inspired writers will remind us repeatedly that the Spirit of the risen Christ remained with them as its inspiration and driving force. It was this Spirit that enabled ordinarily self-seeking individuals to be of one heart and mind, holding all things in common and providing for the needy. It was this Spirit that empowered them to continue Jesus’ mission of forgiveness; it was this same Spirit that strengthened their faith and sustained their efforts to lovingly keep the commandments they had been given.

Theme: Death Has Been Defeated

This is a great night, what does it communicate to you?

When God made us he drew us from the depths of the immense ocean of his love. He set us on this earthly shore and invited us, by means of a deeply embedded desire for him, to freely return to him in love. From the very beginning our existence therefore, our deepest essence, was ordered to a relationship with God. Every tribe and nation from the very commencement of human history has somehow lived this truth and expressed it culturally as religious seeking. God created us and established us in an inescapable relationship with him; inescapable because it is part of our very constitution, like our need for oxygen and water, sunlight and food.

Today is the day when despair and hope meet to decide the fate of humanity. Today we are invited to make a choice and take a stand to stay with or to move away from Jesus. The usual homilies have less to clarify since the way of the Cross is enough. I pick seven words that may provoke us to retrace where our hope has disappeared so that we may return on the right truck.

The First Word: Father, forgive them for they do not know what they do!  In these words we are all were included; the indifferent, those who slapped his face, the Chief Priests hidden by the cruel Centurion’s chariot. But in the distance there is an incredible ultimate grace. We all hung the innocent instead of discerning out the Judas Iscariot who is forever our companion.

Page 4 of 27
Like us on Facebook

Amoris1

Donate to Us

Amount Tooltip US $10.00
US $20.00
US $30.00
US $40.00
US $
Payment method

LAUDATOSIHighResCover300

Support this project

priesthouse

reflect

Comments

Sunday Masses

Luganda: 7:30 am.  English: 9:00 am, 11:00 am and 5;00 pm.

Crowd possible, please don't be late! May God bless you!

About Our Church

Welcome to Our Lady of Africa Parish Mbuya. We are located near Bugolobi Township in Nakawa Division. It is about 5 kms from the City Centre of Kampala. Mbuya Catholic Parish is a vibrant and diverse community made up of people from different parts of Uganda. We welcome you warmly and joyfully.

holy bible