Bishop Paul Ssemogerere Appointed New Archbishop Of Kampala Pope Francis VI has appointed Bishop Dr. Paul Ssemogere as the new Archbishop of Kampala Archdiocese. Bishop Ssemogerere, 64, has been serving as the administrator of the Archdiocese since the death of Archbishop Dr. Cyprian Kizito Lwanga who passed away in April this year.
Previously, before his consecration as Bishop of Kasana-Luwero, he was the parish priest of Christ the King church in Kampala. Paul Ssemogerere born 30 June 1956 is a Roman Catholic prelate who is the Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Kasana-Luweero, where the late Lwanga also served as Bishop before he came to Kampala.
Ssemogerere was born on 30 June 1956 at Kisubi, in present-day Wakiso District in the Buganda Region of Uganda. This location is in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Kampala.
On 21 November 1981, he was ordained a deacon by Archbishop Rembert George Weakland, the Archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Milwaukee.
He was ordained a priest on 3 June 1983 at Kampala, by Cardinal Emmanuel Nsubuga, Archbishop of Kampala. He served as a priest in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Kampala, until 4 June 2008