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Archbishop Stanley Ntagali’s 2017 Easter Message

Archbishop Stanley Ntagali’s 2017 Easter Message My Fellow Ugandans, There is a wonderful Easter Hymn called “Because He Lives.” The chorus says, “Because He lives, I can face tomorrow Because He lives, all fear is gone Because I know He holds the future And life is worth the living, just…

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Update: 40th Anniversary Commemoration of Archbishop Janan Luwum

Press Statement by the Church of Uganda on the Launch of 40th Anniversary of the Commemoration of Archbishop Janan Luwum Fellow Ugandans and all people of God, on 16th February 1977, the Most Rev. Janani Luwum, Archbishop of Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, and Boga Zaire was murdered and martyred by then…

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Archbishop Stanley Ntagali’s 2016 Christmas Message

Archbishop Stanley Ntagali’s 2016 Christmas Message Christmas is coming! I wonder what that means for you. Of course, Christmas means lots of feasting. It also means higher prices for sodas, for food, and for transport. It can often mean an increase in crime, especially theft. The heart of the message…

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Archbishop Stanley Condemns Syncretism

A Statement from the Most Rev. Stanley Ntagali, Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, on Syncretism Like many Ugandans, Christians in the Church of Uganda prayed for Hon. Rebecca Kadaga in her re-election campaign for MP and also for her election as Speaker of Parliament. We rejoiced when the God…

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Archbishop Stanley Ntagali’s 2016 Easter Message

This is my annual Easter message to the people of Uganda, and, today, I want to talk mostly about Jesus. Because Easter is first and foremost about Jesus. We have been through a lot recently as a country. Since Christmas, I have tried to remind all of us that “politics…

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Archbishop’s Lenten Appeal to Pray for Uganda and the Anglican Communion

Dear Bishops, Clergy, and Lay Leaders in the Church of Uganda, Greetings in the mighty name of our Lord Jesus Christ! The beginning of 2016 has found me heavy in prayer for two burdens. UGANDA. My first burden has been for our great country of Uganda, her leadership and her…

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Hundreds Show Support for Archbishop Stanley Ntagali’s Stand in Canterbury

Hundreds Show Support for Archbishop Stanley Ntagali’s Stand in Canterbury More than 300 people met Archbishop Stanley Ntagali on his return to Uganda today in a show of solidarity and support for his actions and stand in Canterbury, England, during the recent gathering of Primates of the Anglican Communion. Christians…

Archbishop Stanley Ntagali’s Update on the Primates Gathering in Canterbury

Archbishop Stanley Ntagali’s Update on the Primates Gathering in Canterbury 13th January 2016 Dear Bishops, Clergy, and Lay Leaders in the Church of Uganda, Praise the Lord! Thank you so much for your prayers for me as I traveled to Canterbury, England, for the gathering of Primates called by the…

A Pastoral Message and Call to Prayer for National Elections and the Anglican Communion – from Archbishop Stanley Ntagali

A Pastoral Message and Call to Prayer for National Elections and the Anglican Communion – from Archbishop Stanley Ntagali 6th January 2016 Feast of the Epiphany   Dear Bishops, Clergy, and Lay Leaders of the Church of Uganda, Happy New Year! We thank God so much for seeing us through…

Archbishop Stanley Ntagali’s 2015 Christmas Message

Archbishop Stanley Ntagali’s 2015 Christmas Message Christmas is coming. Elections are also coming. As a spiritual leader and Archbishop of the Church of Uganda I want to make sure we realize the two things are not the same. As important as the electoral process is – and I will have…