- Aug 10, 2020
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni instructed security officials to carry out a thorough investigation to track down robbers who attacked a convent 75 miles west of the capital.
In Uganda, reports of child abuse have surged since the schools were closed on March 24 to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.
At the annual Uganda Martyrs Day Mass, shared through video, Catholics were urged to remember two nuns who were healed of bubonic plague through the martyrs’ intercession.
Flooding in East Africa has added another challenge to five nations already fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.
Church officials and experts in Africa say domestic violence is rising during government-enforced measures to fight COVID-19. Now, African Catholic leaders want the crimes tackled.
A new report by the World Food Program says the spreading coronavirus could cause famine of ‘Biblical proportions’ in East Africa.