Kisubi Seminary

Kisubi Seminary was founded in 1951 by the Religious Order of the Missionaries of Africa. Our main aim is to nuture vocations to the Sacred Priesthood.

Apart from providing high quality education, Kisubi seminary is committed to enriching the lives of the young people by giving them the opportunity to learn things of value aimed at improving their living conditions and quality of life. While the main aim is to nuture vocations to the priesthood, the majority of the boys do not make it. However, they abundantly gain from the richness of the academ

Operating as usual

14/08/2021

We pray for our Old boys who are to be Ordained priests today. Dn. Bisangwa Bruno, Dn. Mayanja Martin and Dn. Mbaziira Eric

We pray for our Old boys who are to be Ordained priests today. Dn. Bisangwa Bruno, Dn. Mayanja Martin and Dn. Mbaziira Eric

Photos from Kisubi Seminary's post 05/05/2021

Fruits of seminarians labor. Thanks to God for blessing the work of our hands

Photos from Kisubi Seminary's post 10/04/2021

Photos from Kisubi Seminary's post

Photos from Kisubi Seminary's post 28/02/2021

Blessing of candidates and commissioning of applicants to the major seminary on 26 Feb 2021.

09/02/2021

S. 3 and S. 5 Reporting 1st March

S. 3 and S. 5 Reporting 1st March

Photos from Kisubi Seminary's post 09/02/2021

Interviews 2021 for S. 1 and 5

Photos from Kisubi Seminary's post 04/02/2021

Fr. John today makes 90 Years of age. Happy birthday living Kissem legend.

Photos from Kisubi Seminary's post 25/01/2021

Photos from Kisubi Seminary's post

Photos from Kisubi Seminary's post 25/01/2021

Some Memories of the late Fr. Dr. Edward Ssonko

24/01/2021
23/01/2021

DEATH ANNOUNCEMENT

The Archbishop of Kampala His Grace Dr. Cyprian Kizito Lwanga, with deep sorrow announces the demise of one of his priests, Rev. Fr. Edward Ssonko. Fr. Ssonko has been serving as a Staff Member and Formator at Kisubi Seminary. He passed away this evening at Kisubi Hospital. We pray that the Almighty and Merciful God may grant him eternal rest.

Fr. Pius Male
CHANCELLOR

DEATH ANNOUNCEMENT

The Archbishop of Kampala His Grace Dr. Cyprian Kizito Lwanga, with deep sorrow announces the demise of one of his priests, Rev. Fr. Edward Ssonko. Fr. Ssonko has been serving as a Staff Member and Formator at Kisubi Seminary. He passed away this evening at Kisubi Hospital. We pray that the Almighty and Merciful God may grant him eternal rest.

Fr. Pius Male
CHANCELLOR

[01/07/21]   Dear Kissem parent, candidates will report for 3rd term on Monday18th January from 2-5pm. Please follow government directives in case of change. Other classes still have to wait until the government pronounces...a blessed new year. Rector

30/12/2020
19/12/2020

Veterans (S.4 and S.6) Band members pose for photo with Fr. Ssengendo Francis (Rector) and Fr. Kavuma Peter and Dn. Mayanja Martin after playing at the wedding of Mr. Wasswa John Paul; one of the staff members at the Seminary.

[12/17/20]   More of what you Missed...

[12/15/20]   S.4s entertaining the rest of the community

15/12/2020

Staff attending Carols 2020

This is the Staff that enjoyed the Christmas Carols 2020. They are presented by the S.4s (Phenomenalz) and S.6s (Loyals)

15/12/2020

Xmas mood. F. 6 doing preparations

15/12/2020

Seminarians of f.4 peeling matooke.

20/11/2020

A born of Kisubi Parish. Rest in peace

DEATH ANNOUNCEMENT

Dear People of God,

The Archbishop of Kampala His Grace Dr. Cyprian Kizito Lwanga, with deep sorrow announces the demise of one of his priests, Rev. Fr. Joseph Lumanyika. Fr. Lumanyika has been serving as Chaplain of St. Augustine’s College, Wakiso. The Late will be laid to rest at Lubaga on Monday 23rd November 2020. The requiem Mass on Monday will commence at 2.00 p.m in Lubaga Cathedral. We pray that the Almighty and Merciful God may grant him eternal rest.

Fr. Pius Male Ssentumbwe
CHANCELLOR

05/10/2020

This is for our Candidates of S.4 and S.6. Be blessed. We hope to see you soon on Friday 16th October 2020. God bless your journeys as you return. Remember to keep safe. Covid-19 is real.

28/08/2020

Seminary Gardens during this Period. We are not sleeping.

[03/28/20]   We send regards to you all our seminarians, parents, teachers, Old Boys and Friends. We remind you to take precautions against the CoViD-19. Stay safe.

We pray for you all.

27/03/2020

Vatican News

LIVE: Join Pope Francis as he delivers an extraordinary Urbi et Orbi address and blessing, with the opportunity to receive a plenary indulgence. Starts on Friday, 27 March, at 6 PM Rome time (GMT+1). English-language commentary is provided.)

27/03/2020

Kampala Archdiocese

Join Pope Francis today, Friday, 27 March, at 8 PM for a special Urbi et Orbi blessing and an opportunity to receive a plenary indulgence.
#PrayTogether #Covid19

25/03/2020

Homily by Deacon Ssebayigga (25th March 2020, Solemnity of the Annunciation)

A beautiful and spiritually enriching homily delivered by our Deacon Emmanuel Ssebayigga from Kabulamuliro Parish. The homily revolves about the need to list...

25/03/2020

Kampala Archdiocese

THE SOLEMNITY OF THE ANNUNCIATION OF THE LORD (25TH MARCH 2020)
Theme: Learn to listen
(Dn. Emmanuel Ssebayigga – Kabulamuliro Parish)
We celebrate today the solemnity of Annunciation today. The solemnity is the reason why we celebrate Christmas on December 25. Christmas comes exactly nine months after the Archangel Gabriel invited the Virgin Mary to be the Mother of God. This Annunciation was the beginning of Jesus in His Human nature. Through His mother, He is a member of the Human race like us, except sin.
From today’s first reading, Ahaz would not ask God for anything, even if God Himself offered to perform a great sign of magnitude for him that was as high as the sky and as deep as the netherworld. Maybe this is one of the reasons that Ahaz found favor with God. It sounds like Ahaz just loved God for Himself and didn’t want anything from Him.
Prophet Isaiah gave the prophecy of the sign that God would give the world: “the virgin shall be with child, and bear a son, and shall name him Emmanuel, which means God is with us!” The virgin is of course the Virgin Mary and the child is baby Jesus.
It is worth noting that neither Ahaz nor the Virgin Mary were concerned about asking God for anything, they simply lived lives that were pleasing to God without expecting anything in return. They both found favor with God because they were not focused on their own wants, and they didn’t expect any special favors from him.
This is something for us to think about in our spiritual lives as well. A lot of us spend too much of our prayer time asking God for things, rather than simply being in His presence and listening to Him.
A lot of people also pray asking God for a sign, to show them a sign on which way they are to go, what decision they should make. It would be far better for us to simply spend time with God and listen to what He has to say to us. As we are in this time of fear, fear of the epidemic, we ought to listen to God speaking to us, it’s true we seek his Mercy in our prayers, but we ought to set time to listen. Sometimes we fail to stop talking, to let God have a word in sideways during our prayers. We surely need God’s word in this period on time when the whole world panics because of the Corona virus, let us listen to Him.
The prophet Isaiah was simply God’s messenger and he only spoke the words God wanted His people to hear, He was not giving his own opinions into the words that he spoke to God’s people. Likewise angel Gabriel was also a messenger sent by God who only spoke the words that God wanted to communicate to Mary as we see in the Gospel. God’s word would become flesh if Mary agreed. She did and the rest is history. She replied to the angel “Behold, I am the handmaid of the Lord. May it be done to me according to your word.” Then, the Word became flesh.
A lesson we could take from the example of these people in today’s readings, is first of all to listen to what God’s will is in any given situation, a situation like this we are in, of fear and tension, when people are dying, we have to listen to what God is telling us. This might seem hard for us, because we want to do all the talking than listening to God’s word. Some of us are not very good listeners when we are around other people, let alone listening to God in prayer or for the Holy Spirit to speak to us during our day. We are too busy thinking about what else we need to be doing. Dear friends, we have to learn from Ahaz, the prophet Isaiah, Jesus and Mary who restrained their own thoughts to hear what God wanted to say to them, rather than what they wanted to say to God.
Today being the Solemnity of the Annunciation of the Lord. We would not be celebrating this solemnity today without these holy people who put aside their own thoughts, personal opinions and desires long enough to listen to what God had to say to them. Dear friends in Christ, we should follow their example, by setting aside a little time for quiet prayer and contemplation, meditation about our lives. We could try to be a little more aware of God’s presence among us when we pray, in all situations and not do all the talking. God may have something to say to us too. As we continue to pray to God to save us from this corona virus, let us listen to his word, asking Him to take control, for if God is for us, who can be against us as the Bible promises us, certainly no one! Listen. Listen. The Lord be with you.

24/03/2020

A beautiful Homily from our Deacon Mayanja Martin (Kisubi Catholic Parish)

A homily on the Word of God for the Tuesday of the Fourth Week of Lent (23rd March 2020). The Deacon has related well the Word of the Lord to the current sit...

[03/18/20]   Dear Kissem parent, following the instructions by the President, our sons will be released from tomo Thursday @ 2pm to Friday noon. Pick them please. Rector

31/01/2020
31/01/2020

Our SEMINARIANS made it in their UNEB. We managed to have a wonderful performance. Wakiso being the best performing district in the Country, we are the Sixth throughout the district.

08/01/2020

Save the date

29/12/2019

Kisubi Seminary

22/12/2019

Our formator and fellow staff member Fr. Kkonde Wenceslaus has lost his beloved Mother. More Details will be communicated lateron. May Her Soul Rest in Peace.

11/12/2019

Fr. JM Lwanga and Msgr Kimbowa at 60 years in priesthood. Celebrations today at the Seminary.

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Staff attending Carols 2020
We got together as the family of Kisubi Seminary to celebrate our 69th anniversary, our achievements and to bless our pr...
Appreciation goes to Fr. Anthony, Ms. Kalanzi Emily, Fr. Katalemwa Emmanuel and Fr. Alex Ssemogerere for the wonderful r...
As the tradition has been every year, on the 31st of May we held our annual swearing in, where we congratulated Mr. Kagi...
As the tradition has been every year, on the 31st of May we held our annual swearing in, where we congratulated Mr. Kagi...
Congs dear OBs.
Palm Sunday
Happy new year friends

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