Emmaus Centre Katikamu

Emmaus Centre is a Catholic Institute for Discipleship and Evangelization which offers ongoing formation to all the people of God with emphasis on training young lay people through both short and long- term programs that enhance holistic transformation.

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We accept any donations towards the Emmaus Centre Katikamu to make the facility a better place for all that would like to use the Centre.

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we have different programmes running throughout the year , please check out our 2017 Programme profile.

Services

We have a wide range of services including accomodation of retreats, meals, conference rooms, counseling among others..

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About Us

History

Emmaus Centre Katikamu has its roots, in the Catholic Charismatic Renewal and remains part and parcel of this world wide ecclesial movement.

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Background

Emmaus Centre Katikamu is the National Catholic Charismatic Renewal Centre for Discipleship and Evangelization.

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Our Vision

A Nation with Catholic Christians who have a vibrant relationship with Jesus Christ in the power of the Holy Spirit.

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Upcoming Programs

NATIONAL INTERCESSION SEMINAR: DATE: 8th – 11th FEBRUARY, 2018

Facilitated by: Mr.Akabwai Francis, Miss. Scholastica Adyeri and Team

08:00 At Emmaus Centre

PRIVATE BOOKING; DATES: 20th – 23rd FEBRUARY, 2018

Facilitated by: By: Fr Celestine

08:00 At Emmaus Centre

PRIEST’S FRATERNITY. DATES: 20th – 23rd FEBRUARY, 2018

Facilitated by: Rev .Dr. David Byaruhanga and Team

08:00 At Emmaus Centre
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Our Mission

A Nation with Catholic Christians who have a vibrant relationship with Jesus Christ in the power of the Holy Spirit.


Road to Emmaus

The Gospel of Luke 24:13-32 describes the encounter on the road and the supper at Emmaus, and states that a disciple named Cleopas was walking towards Emmaus with another disciple when they met Jesus. They did not recognize him, and discussed their sadness at recent events with him.