Situated along Rubaga Hill which was once a palace of Kabaka Mutesa I who was later on succeeded by his son Kabaka Mwanga who pledged it to Bishop Hirth in 1889,St Mary’s Catholic Cathederal (Rubaga Cathederal) was established in 1925 facing the vast and crowded Kampala. It takes one only five kilometers to get to this venue from the city center and the infrastructure was remodeled to host the pope when he visited Uganda. It also cases the remains of the first African Arch Bishop and Catholic Bishop of Kampala Diocese. Namirembe Cathederal was established in 1903  by protestant missionaries along Namirembe Hill though was restored in 1919 due to the fact that it had been hit by lightening and this can accommodate a large crowd of three thousand people.