Mapeera Nabunnya Pilgrimage Center

Feast of Our Lady of Sorrows. In 1886, Fr. Simeon Lourdel Mapeera, at Munyonyo, entrusted the future Uganda Martyrs to Mother Mary of the Seven Sorro

Feast of Our Lady of Sorrows. In 1886, Fr. Simeon Lourdel Mapeera, at Munyonyo, entrusted the future Uganda Martyrs to Mother Mary of the Seven Sorro

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: All Saints Day : (1885) Baptism of Noah Mawaggali and John Mary Muzeeyi by Fr. Lourdel at Nalukolongo.

02 November Closed

: All Souls Day

05 November Closed

: (1914) Remembrance of the Birth Day of Emmanuel Cardinal Kiwanuka Nsubuga. He initiated the inquiry on the life of Fr. Simeon Lourdel Mapeera for his beatification and canonisation in 1987.

06 November Closed

: Novena leading to the commemoration of the Martyrdom of Joseph Mukasa Balikuddembe.

08 November Closed

: Pilgrimage to Nabulagala Mission as one of the activities of ARU Golden Jubilee. The Chief pilgrim will be His Eminence Joao Cardinal Braz de Aviz (Prefect of the Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life) who will preside the Eucharistic Adoration at 3.00pm. There will be Holy Mass for those who will arrive earlier at 12.00 noon.

09 November Closed

: Dedication of Lateran Basilica (Rome)

10 November Closed

: ARU Golden Jubilee. Mass at Lubaga Cathedral at 10.00am. Main Celebrant His Eminence Joao Cardinal Braz de Aviz.

11 November Closed

: (1922) Death anniversary of Mgr. Leo Livinhac, first bishop of Uganda. He died in Algiers. His remains were brought to Uganda in 1975 and buried at Nabulagala on 6th March 2011.

12 November Closed

: Mapeera and Amans monthly Mass at Nabunnya Pilgrimage Centre, 5.30pm

15 November Closed

: (1885) Martyrdom of Joseph Mukasa Balikuddembe at Nakivubo. : (1885) Baptism of Charles Lwanga, James Buuzabalyawo and Bruno Sserunkuuma by Fr. Pierre Giraud at Nalukolongo.

16 November Ongoing

: (1885) Baptism of Denis Ssebuggwawo, Athanasius Bazzekuketta, Gonzaga Gonza, Ambrose Kibuuka, Anatole Kirigwajjo, Achilles Kiwanuka and Adolophus Mukasa Ludigo. They were baptised by Pere Mapeera at Nalukolongo.