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 Pictorial of Chrism Mass at Ediofe Cathedral
 Pictorial of Chrism Mass at Ediofe Cathedral 
Excitement as Bishop Sabino reopens Aripea parish

 Pilgrimage To Omach in Pictorial 
 Pilgrimage To Omach in Pictorial
 Pictorial of Ordination at Ediofe Cathedral
 Pictorial of Ordination at Ediofe Cathedral
 Pictorial of Ordination at Ediofe Cathedral

Arua Diocese hosted the National Labour Day celebrations of the Catholic Workers’ Movement in Uganda on May 5, 2018.

Hoima Diocese sent 65 delegates to the celebrations. Other delegates came from Gulu, Kampala, Fort-Portal, Kasese, Kiyinda-Mityana, Kasana-Luwero, Tororo and Nebbi. The delegates were led by the National Administrator, Ms. Janet Nkurwiza. The Chairman of the National Executive Committee of the Catholic Workers’ Movement in Uganda, Mr.


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Enormous numbers of Christians thronged Oriajini Parish to celebrate the third Sunday of Easter Mass Rt. Rev. Sabino Ocan Odoki, Bishop of Arua Diocese on April 15, 2018.

During Mass, the Bishop confirmed 95 youths from the Oriajini Parish. He called upon the Christians to embrace unity, love and hard work so as to develop socially, economically and spiritually.


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The Diocese of Arua mourns the sudden death of Rev. Fr. Emmanuel Bada who died in a motor accident on Monday, 12th February 2018 at Ocoko on Arua- Kampala highway.

Fr. Emmanuel was born on February 21, 1979 and ordained a Priest on 23 July, 2011 at Holy Cross Ombaci Parish.


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The Rt. Rev Sabino Ocan Odoki, Bishop of Arua Diocese has called the youth to be agents of positive change in their communities.

The Bishop said this in his homily during the Diocesan Young Catholic Students (YCS) Rally Day celebrations at Ediofe Cathedral. He also urged the youth to follow in the footsteps of the Diocesan chaplain Fr. Kizito Yandu in promoting Youth Apostolate.


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“Embrace integrity, transparency accountability team work spirituality, love, forgiveness and justice and execute your daily work in the ministry of Christ.”

Arua Diocese Heads of Departments who included the Bishop, Chancellor, Episcopal Vicars, various office holders and leaders who help the Bishop in administration, came up with the above advice for the Catholic leaders and community of Arua Diocese.


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