Students are recruited to join Katigondo Seminary from the different dioceses of Uganda at the recom mendation of their bishops and vocations directors. Students' affairs are managed through an elected students' council. The students' community is divided into small self-governing units called teams. One of the priests on the staff acts as chaplain to the team. They meet and pray together on a regular basis. Some communal activities e.g. Eucharistic celebrations are organized, and animated by the teams.
d) To buy a stand-by generator
e) To install solar lighting system
f) To build a new students' residence
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