Our Lady of Africa Mbuya Church during Mass on Sunday. Fr. John Mungereza, the Parish Priest, giving homily to the…
A family that prays together, stays together. Come and join our family. Our choirs, Our Lady of Africa, St Paul,…
Come and pray with us in our Mbuya Parish Church, dedicated to Mary, Our Lady of Africa. Mass start at…
The Assumption of our Lady fills us with great joy and encourages us along the way still remaining before…
Our sub-parish dedicated to st. Joseph Mukasa Balikudembe. Located in Kinawataka, a Kampala suburb.
Come pray with us at our sub-parish, dedicated to St. Paul the apostle and be a part of the big…
Join us at our sub parish dedicated to St. Zulia and get to appreciate our big family.
The archbishop of Kampala Archdiocese during the 2012 parish day celebrations where he launched the ourladyofafrica.org website.
Jesus said to them, "So wherever you go in the world, tell everyone the Good News."
Christians receiving the light of the Uganda Martyrs that was sent to our parish by the Archbishop.
Our Parish priest, Rev. Father John Mungereza imposing Ash on the fore head of a christian as a reminder of…
Fr. Paulino blessing the palm leaves during Palm Sunday Celebration. May the almighty continue blessing us through out the year
Our Parish Priest, Rev. Fr. John Mungereza washes the feet of christians during the Celebrations on Holy Thursday
Christians raise their candles, symbolizing the light of Christ they received this Easter
May the light of Christ, rising in glory, dispel the darkness of our hearts and minds. Amen
The Apostolic Nuncio to Uganda delivering his homily during the Parish day Celebrations 2014
Our Parish Priest Rev. Fr. John Mungereza together with the new Leaders of our parish after they had just been…
“For God loved the world so much that he gave his only son, so that everyone who believes in him…
Arch Bishop Micheal August Blume baptizing new members who joined the Catholic Church during Easter Vigil celebrations 2015
If My death on the cross does not convince you of my love, what will convince you?" -Jesus, speaking to St. Faustina.
Welcome to Our Lady of Africa Mbuya Parish located near Bugolobi Township in Nakawa Division. It is about 5 km from the city Centre of Kampala. Mbuya Catholic Parish is a vibrant and diverse community made up of people from different parts of Uganda.
A brief history of the parish
Our Lady of Africa parish was started by the Comboni missionaries founded by St. Daniel Comboni who were already working in Northern Uganda and had arrived at Mbuya- Kampala in 1960 at the invitation of the Bishop of Kampala, Rt. Rev. Vincent Billington, MHM. The Bishop donated to them 8 Hectares of land on which was constructed a small house and later a chapel to give pastoral care to the people from Northern Uganda arriving in Kampala at the time to search for employment.
However, it was on the 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 begun. The foundation stone was blessed by Pope Paul VI on his visit to Uganda in 1969. On 20th September, 1978, the newly built church was consecrated to God in Honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary under the title of “Our Lady of Africa.”
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Sunday, 7:30am, 9:00am, 11:00am, 5;00pm
Weekdays, Lauds - 6:45 pm; Mass - 7:00 am
Friday, Adoration - 5:30pm; Mass 6:30 pm
Saturday, Confessions 4:00pm & on request.