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Papal Visit 2015

Full text of Pope''s powerful, unscripted...

- An impassioned Pope Francis went off-the-cuff in a vast, widespread speech to Kenyan youth, touching on challenging topics such as how to stop youth...

Gov''t deploys 467 health experts for Pope''s...

THE ministry of health has deployed over 400 health personnel to handle any emergency that may arise during the Pope''s visit

KCCA concludes vital works ahead of Pope''s...

THE Kampala Capital City Authority has announced its conclusion of landscaping works, lighting and minor repairs along key roads

Today's Homily of His Holiness Pope Francis...

POPE'S Homily: God’s word speaks to us in the depths of our heart. Today God tells us that we belong to him. He made us, we are his family, and he will...

Pope denounces radicalisation, attacks

Pope Francis on Thursday denounced radicalisation of young people and "barbarous attacks" carried out in the name of religion during the first leg of his...

TODAY: The Pope''s schedule in Kenya

Pope Francis arrived in Kenya yesterday for the first leg of a landmark trip to Africa.Here is his schedule today.

Pope takes environmental, social messages...

Pope Francis heads to Africa for the first time on Wednesday on a trip aimed at pushing the key themes of his papacy but also fraught with security concerns.a...

Is this the PapaMobile for the Pope's visit...

Isuzu Kenya has posted on its official Facebook page images of what it says will be the Popemobile for Pope Francis' African tour.

Pope Francis to publish his first book in...

Pope Francis'' Italian publishing house on Tuesday unveiled the cover for the pontiff''s first book, based on interviews with journalist and Vatican expert...

UTL donates sh50m towards Martyrs Shrines...

THE re-development project of the Catholic Martyrs Shrine of Namugongo has received a boost of sh50m from Uganda Telecom Limited

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