The Catholic church Prays for the Kabaka During the Commemoration of His 28th Coronation
Today, marked the 28th coronation of the kabaka of Buganda His Royal Highness Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II. The function took place at the king’s palace in Nkoni Buddu.
To celebrate with the kingdom, the Archdiocese of Kampala held mass at Lubaga Cathedral to commemorate the event and also pray for the king and the kingdom at large. This Mass was led by the apostolic administrator Kampala Archdiocese and Bishop Kasana Luwero Rt Rev Paul Ssemogerere.
In his message, the Bishop thanked the Lord for the life he has endowed to the Kabaka and also for protecting him against the will of bad people.
He has also reminded the faithful that if it had not been the kingdom of Buganda, Christianity wouldn’t be here therefore Buganda is the light of Christianity.
Christians have been urged to take upon the message of his Royal Highness about unity and hospitality that the people of Buganda have always held. “Keep unity and hospitality” Bishop Ssemwogerere reiterated.
Coordination between the kingdom and the church has been excellent and that is why the church has put up alot of structures including churches, schools, hospitals on land donated by the kingdom. And therefore has asked the kingdom to keep the close relationship.
Mass was celebrated scientifically with limited number of people in accordance with the S.O.Ps
uganda is a Bantu kingdom within Uganda. The kingdom of the Baganda, Buganda is the largest of the traditional kingdoms in present-day East Africa, consisting of Buganda’s Central Region, including the Ugandan capital Kampala. Nonetheless, one thing that stands out in these theories is the fact that the kingdom brought together several clans. Over 52 clans make up the kingdom.
The ruler of the kingdom is known as a kabaka. Throughout the hundreds of years, there have been a number of kabakas in the kingdom