Jan 28, 2008 Wamala's 50 Years in the Cassock
He is a staunch supporter of moral living, defender of human rights and advocate of democratic leadership. The phrase 'the greatness of any leader is neither their affluence nor power; but their simplicity and love for humanity' best describes Emmanuel Cardinal Wamala, the former.
Dec 24, 2007 Cardinal Wamala marks 50 years
Hundreds of Christians filled Rubaga Cathedral on Friday during celebrations to mark Emmanuel Cardinal Wamala’s Golden Jubilee in priesthood.
Nov 16, 2007 Cardinal advises Govt, Mengo on land
The retired Archbishop of Kampala, Emmanuel Cardinal Wamala has advised the Government and Mengo to stop bickering and find a lasting and amicable solution to their differences in land matters.
Sept 18, 2007 Cardinal calls for more writers
The retired Archbishop of Kampala Archdiocese, Emmanuel Cardinal Wamala, has called on Ugandans to write books so that people can remember them when they die.
Sept 18, 2007 Cardinal Wamala calls for hard work
Emmanuel Cardinal Wamala has cautioned Ugandans to stop lamenting about poverty, saying would not help them solve the problem.
Sept 05, 2007 Prayers Alone Cannot Work
Emmanuel Cardinal Wamala has urged Ugandans not to rely on prayers only but also work hard to fight poverty.
Aug 07, 2007 Cardinal Mediates in Judges' Bribe Case
Emmanuel Cardinal Wamala is mediating an end to the fallout between Ms Winnie Byanyima and Mr Jack Sabiiti and the two judges they accused of taking a bribe of Shs300 million from State House.
Dec 26, 2006 Whom Did the Cardinal Vote For?
Retired Emmanuel Cardinal Wamala last week came close to revealing his favourite political camp in the run up to last February general elections.
Nov 26, 2006 Cardinal Wamala bids laity farewell
Kampala Diocese archbishop Cyprian Lwanga has lauded Cardinal Emmanuel Wamala for his outstanding service to the Catholic Church.
Sept 12, 2006 Exit Cardinal Wamala, Enter Bishop Lwanga
Pope Benedict XVI has elevated Bishop Cyprian Kizito Lwanga from Kasana Luwero Diocese to become the new Archbishop of Kampala. Although Uganda is now divided into four archdioceses, the archbishop of Kampala remains the most prominent prelate in the country. So at a youthful 53, Bishop Lwanga is now the nation's top Catholic.
Aug 27, 2006 Well done Cardinal Wamala
On Saturday, it was announced that Pope Benedict XVI had appointed Bishop Cyprian Kizito Lwanga of the Catholic Diocese of Kasana-Luwero as the new Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Kampala, replacing Emmanuel Cardinal Wamala.
Jun 18, 2006 Priests’ families irk Cardinal
The Archbishop of Kampala Archdiocese, Emmanuel Cardinal Wamala has criticised people whom he said invade church parishes demanding property of priests who die.
May 09, 2006 Cardinal Condemns Election Malpractice
Archbishop Emmanuel Cardinal Wamala felt pain over the election malpractice and violence in the recent national elections, he told a congregation yesterday.
Apr 24, 2006 Uganda: Who Will Be the Next Cardinal?
The leader of the Catholic Church in Uganda, Emmanuel Cardinal Wamala, is now 79 years old. Officially, he was supposed to retire at the age of 75, however Pope John Paul II, died before consenting to his request to retire. Now the onus is on the new Pope, Benedict XVI, and with every passing day Catholics in Uganda wait anxiously for the name of the lucky cleric who will take the mantle of Catholic leadership in Uganda.
Apr 03, 2006 A chat with a cardinal
Though he was ruthless and did a lot of harm to his people, Ugandans must forgive their late president, Idi Amin. In this way, said Ugandan Cardinal Emmanuel Wamala, the nation would live out a Christian grace and also create greater scope for national development.
Apr 03, 2006 Ugandan cardinal shares vision of world community
With outreached hands and heart, Cardinal Emmanuel Wamala of Uganda is using his first Milwaukee visit to nurture a vision of a world community and to extend his thanks for several strong ties that already exist between Roman Catholics here and in his East African nation.
Mar 12, 2006 Cardinal Wamala hails FDC’s Kimera
The Ugandan Cardinal, Emmanuel Wamala has commended the late Prince Vincent Basajjabalaba Kimera for exploiting his talents despite being disabled.
Jan 30, 2006 Cardinal pleads for the elderly
Emmanuel Cardinal Wamala, the archbishop of Kampala, has called upon the government to consider the plight of vulnerable people in the country.
Jan 16, 2006 Cardinal warns on telling lies
Emmanuel Cardinal Wamala has advised Ugandans to desist from telling lies and killing each other like animals.
Jan 16, 2006 Cardinal meets Museveni
Emmanuel Cardinal Wamala on Friday met president Yoweri museveni at his country home in Rwakitura and presented to him the November 2005 Pastoral letter on the transition period.
Jan 07, 2006 Cardinal hosts kids
Emmanuel cardinal Wamala has appealed to children to stick to God in the coming year.
Dec 26, 2005 Cardinal warns on violence
Emmanuel Cardinal Wamala has warned against violence and the use of militant groups like the Kalangala Action Plan (KAP) and youth brigades during elections.
Nov 18, 2005 FDC Claim Cardinal's Support
The Forum for Democratic Change has claimed that Emmanuel Cardinal Wamala has thrown his weight behind their cause of bringing about change in Uganda's leadership.
May 06, 2005 Listen to Donors, Advises Cardinal
Emmanuel Cardinal Wamala has appealed to the government to address the concerns of donors that have forced Britain to withhold five million pounds (about sh16.5b).
Nov 11, 2004 Wamala Clocks 10 Years As Cardinal
Today, October 31, is Kampala Archdiocese Day and all roads lead to Rubaga Cathedral for the celebrations. This year, the day also marks 10 years since it was first announced in Uganda that Archbishop Emmanuel Wamala had been nominated to the college of cardinals of the holy Roman Catholic Church.