Mapeera Nabunnya Pilgrimage Center

: (1912) Pope Pius X declared the Uganda Martyrs Venerables

14 August

: (1912) Pope Pius X declared the Uganda Martyrs Venerables

: (1912) Pope Pius X declared the Uganda Martyrs Venerables

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01 August Closed

: (1888) Kabaka Mwanga was dethroned and replaced by Kiweewa. : (1969) Pope Paul VI ordained twelve bishops at Kololo, among them four Ugandans, namely Albert Baharagate (Hoima), John Baptists Kakubi (Mbarara), Barnabas Halem’Imana (Kabale) and Serapio Bwemi Magambo (Auxiliary-Fort Portal).

02 August Closed

: (1969) Pope Paul VI pilgrimage to Namugongo. He consecrated the Altar which was placed at the exact place where St. Charles Lwanga was executed.

03 August Closed

: (1910) Burial of Kabaka Mwanga at Kasubi Royal Tombs. He died in May 1903 in Seychelles.

05 August Closed

: (1966) Creation of Kampala Archdiocese covering the whole of Buganda with the exception of Masaka (Buddu). Mgr Emmanuel K. Nsubuga was appointed its first Archbishop. : (1966) Creation of Jinja Diocese with Mgr J. Wiertz as Apostolic Administrator. : Priestly ordination, Masaka Diocese at Kitovu Cathedral

12 August Closed

: Priestly ordination, Kampala Archdiocese at Lubaga Cathedral : Mapeera and Amans monthly Mass at Nabunnya Pilgrimage Centre, 6.00pm

08 August Closed

: (1896) Birth of Daudi Chwa II at Mengo. He was the son of King Mwanga II and Evelyn Kulabako Maasombira. He was enthroned on 14th August 1897 at the age of one year to replace his father who had rebelled against the British; full kabakaship started on the 5th August 1914. He reigned from 1897-1939. He was the 34th king in the lineage of Kintu. He was the first reigning King of Buganda to openly declare himself as a practicing Christian. He was succeeded by his son Muteesa II.

14 August Closed

: (1912) Pope Pius X declared the Uganda Martyrs Venerables

15 August Closed

: Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. : (1897) Episcopal ordination of Mgr Henri Streicher (Stenseera) at Bukumbi (Tanganyika). : (1986) Episcopal ordination of Mgr Frederick Drandua, Arua Diocese.

17 August Ongoing

Mapeera and Amans monthly Mass at Nabulagala and Namugongo, 6.00pm