Kalongo Roman Catholic Church
Kalongo Roman Catholic Church is a core part of the Deconry which was set up in memory of Daudi Okelo and Jildo Irwa. It started out as a temporary grass-thatched church built by Father Gambarreto with support from Yosefu Ocaya and his wife Natalia Adwar who accompanied him on his journey to collect the remains of the two Martyrs from Paimol.
The majority of people in Kalongo are Roman Catholic and worship at this church.
Wipolo Roman Catholic Church
The wiPolo shrine for the Paimol Martyrs which is the venue for the Annual celebration of the martyrs feast day was constructed and completed by the October 18th feast day celebration in fall of 2015. Paimol, known by the Acholi people to be the site of the martyrdom of Daudi Okelo and Jildo Irwa, has been the destination of the annual pilgrimage to celebrate the catechists’ deaths as witnesses to Christ.
Other Religious buildings
Another church in the Kalongo is the Voice of Salvation Church.