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Fr. John Bosco Nambasi

I am a Comboni Missionary. 

Tuesday, 07 April 2015 00:00

Easter Monday - Year B (6th April 2015.)

Acts 2:14.22-33 Ps.151; Mt.28:8-15.

Theme of the readings.

The Easter message is Jn.3:16 ‘For God so loved the world that he gave it his only begotten Son so that everyone who believes in him may not perish but have eternal life.’ In other words the suffering, passion, death and resurrection of Jesus is not a chain of events meant only to prove the divinity of God but rather it is a sequence of accomplishment of the means of human salvation. You and I have been saved by the water, blood and Cross of Jesus. So keep your eyes fixed on the crucified and Risen Lord!

Saturday, 10 January 2015 00:00

Epiphany - year B. (4th January 2015)

Is.60:1-6; Ps.71; Eph.3:2-6; Mt.2:1-12.

Theme of the readings

"Open your treasures!" This theme indicates the action of the Wise men when they found the Messiah. We are told that they opened their treasures and gave gifts of Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh to the new born king. They gave the best and most valuable gifts from what they had as a sign of their gratitude to God for the fulfilment of the Promises of God to the world. 

1st Reading: 2Sam.7:1-5.8-11.16; Ps.88; 2nd Reading: Rom.16:25-27; Gospel: Lk:1:26-38

Theme of the readings

"Nothing is impossible to God" is a divine expression said by the angel Gabriel and is our theme today. This was the response to the question of the Virgin Mary on how she would be the mother of the Lord when she did not know a man in the natural sense of the word. To appreciate the work of God we must know that God is divine and what he does goes beyond nature, as it is shown in this gospel text: Jesus said to them, surely the reason why you are wrong is that you understand neither the scriptures nor the power of God – Mk.12:24.

1st Reading: Is. 40:1-5.9-11; Ps. 84; 2nd Reading: 2Pt.3: 8-14; Gospel: Mk.1:1-8

Theme of the readings

God has an incredible love for his creation. "Console one another with the Good News," The good news is that; God is coming to save and make all things new. In last Sunday’s meditation we said that all human life is a vigil of advent – waiting for the salvation promised to all. This waiting process cannot be an idle one; we prepare the way of the master who comes by being engaged in productive and spirit-oriented work – we need to offer love, mercy, peace, faithfulness, justice and prosperity to the soul.

First: Is. 63:16-17.19; 64:1-7; Second: 1Cor.1: 3-9; Gospel: Mk.13:33-37

Theme of the readings

All human life is a long vigil of waiting for the Lord. Advent is specifically designated to focus of this process to keep alive our hope of salvation. The Gospel says three times: "Be on your guard, stay awake," because you never know when the time will come, when the master of the house is coming. In the first letter to the Corinthians, Paul talks about waiting for our Lord Jesus Christ to be revealed, "he will continue to give you strength till the very end." The beautiful invocation to the Lord that we find in the third passage of Isaiah expresses the wish that the Lord may break into history with his might, as if it were a new Exodus, recalling that "You are our Father."

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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.

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