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Gideon Byamugisha

World AIDS Day Religious Challenges

Katherine Marshall | Posted 12.01.2015 | Religion
Katherine Marshall

The 34-year history of AIDS as a known disease offers a parable about intersections between faith and behavior, admonition and care, and ideals in the face of realities. It highlights in immensely practical ways how religion and public health policy are intertwined.

Faith at the International AIDS Conference

Katherine Marshall | Posted 09.27.2012 | Religion
Katherine Marshall

There are some issues that this pandemic challenges religious communities to confront and they do not seem to get any easier. Above all, to my mind, is the role of women.

AIDS: From Judgement To Hope

Katherine Marshall | Posted 02.05.2012 | Religion
Katherine Marshall

Religious people, communities and institutions were often the first to recognize the pain and suffering the disease caused, for individuals, families, and societies. Saintly nuns and volunteers of many sorts cared for the sick and dying...

World AIDS Day: A Conversation From Uganda With Gideon Byamugisha

Katherine Marshall | Posted 05.25.2011 | Religion
Katherine Marshall

Gideon Byamugisha, an Anglican priest, learned that he was HIV positive in 1991. The first African priest to break the silence, he works tirelessly to fight HIV/AIDS and especially to help the children who are so deeply affected.