Foundation Project News

14 Priests Ordained

Hoima catholic diocese has ordained fourteen new Priests and 10 Deacons after they completed their theological training. The priestly ordination ceremony was conducted by Hoima catholic diocese bishop Vicent Kirabo Amoot on Saturday at Our Lady of Loudes- Bujumbura cathedral in Hoima town. Those ordained are; Rev Godfrey Alinaitwe, Rogers Matovu Alituha, Charles Isingoma, Joseph […]

Hoima diocese gears up for ordination

The deacons and seminarians who will be ordained hail from various parishes in the diocese that covers Hoima, Masindi, Buliisa, Kibaale, Kakumiro, Kagadi and Kiryandongo districts.  PIC: Bishop Vincent Kirabo will ordain 11 seminarians as deacons HOIMA DIOCESE TO ORDAIN PRIESTS AND DEACONS RELIGION- The Christians in Hoima diocese are gearing up for the ordination of […]

St. Kirigwajjo SSS gets a multipurpose building

In 2016 St. Kirigwajjo SSS inaugurated the new multipurpose building. Fr. Ken Criqui, the principal contributor to its construction was present at the blessing. We are most grateful to him and to all those that played a role in its construction.

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Project News

School Update & Photos!

The new academic year, which began last week, is going well with enrollment for SI closing in on 60 students. They have also registered gains for S II and S III.

School in Session

Dear Friends, here are the latest pictures from Fr. Alinaitwe, Pastor St. Bruno Parish in Hoima Diocese, Uganda. The pictures appear to show student already using the structures under construction even though it has no windows, doors and the floor is still messy. May God bless and protect them against the elements. This is a […]

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Foundation Blogs

St. Bruno becomes a Parish

It has been a while since we started construction of St. Bruno church and most recently, the priests’ house. Finally however, all those efforts have paid off as St. Bruno Mission church. Was on December 3, 2017, elevated to the newest Catholic parish in Hoima Diocese, Uganda. We are grateful to all our friends, who […]

Funding the Mitujju Priests’ House

One of the conditions the bishop gave to mission churches, if they are to be upgraded to full parish status, is for them to construct a permanent church building and to build living quarters for the priests, often two, they would receive to run the parish. I grew up in this area and at that […]

St Kirigwajjo Secondary School in Kibaale, Uganda

Christina Carpenter visited St. Kirigwajjo Secondary School in January 2008 and saw how miserable it was for the students in terms of infrastructure to study. When Christina went back to the USA she organised a swim-a-thon with her parishioners and friends to fund raise for St. Kirigwajjo Secondary School. The fundraiser was so successful because […]

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Children’s Letters

Kabambura-Michaele, Buseesa Parish

Let me first say thank you and extend my greetings to you. Thanks a lot and may the Lord bless you immensely. From my point of view, I have benefited a lot from the project and I would appeal to you to continue with it. May the Lord bless you. I remain, Kabambura Michaele Bussesa […]

John Sempiira, Buseesa Parish

To the Donors, Let me first greet you in Christ Jesus and I pray that God blesses you. I would like to thank you for helping us orphans, but I got a problem with my piglets and they died. I am asking for further assistance. God bless you. I remain, John Sempiire Buseesa Parish

Nanyombi Scovia, Buseesa Parish

Dean Donors, I am grateful, Donors. I got two piglets but all of them died. But I am asking to get me other piglets. The others died of swine fever. May the Lord bless you abundantly. I remain, Nanyombi Scovia Bussesa Parish

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