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Mrs. Edith Katama

On Wednesday 14th July at 6:30 pm, Edith Abwooli Katama passed away in Uganda, following a long illness. Edith and her late husband Sylvano Katama are the first members of Opus Dei in Uganda, which they discovered while on exile in Kenya from the early 1980’s.


New Region of East and Southern Africa

In his letter of 1st May 2021, the Prelate requested for prayers for the recently erected circumscription of the Prelature which includes the former regions of South and East Africa.


First Women Scientists Receive Guadalupe Scholarships

The first women scientists from Africa who carried out research thanks to the Guadalupe Scholarship Program sponsored by Harambee were Dalene Kembabazi from Uganda and Celine Tendobi from D.R.Congo.

Recent News

An Opportunity for Families

Jack and his family live in Kampala, the capital of Uganda. He gives some tips on how they have been coping with the lockdown, which has been a great opportunity to grow as a family

Personal testimonies

Ugandan Doctor Wins 2020 Harambee Prize

A graduate of Makerere University in Uganda, Dr. Irene Kyamummi has worked for over ten years to provide health care for children in the slums of Nairobi, Kenya.

Social initiatives

"Let us be witnesses to Christ's love in ordinary life"

Monsignor Ocáriz sends Christmas greetings to everyone from the Basilica of the Uganda Martyrs, reminding us that we can give witness to the Christian life in our families, as we contemplate the newborn Jesus in Bethlehem.

Pastoral Letters and Messages

With Spade in Hand

A group of young Germans and Africans teamed up last summer to help build a dormitory for girls in a school in a poor district of central Uganda.

Social initiatives