The Archbishop of Kampala, Most Rev. Cyprian Kizito Lwanga (age 67), has issued some decrees.
First, he has decreed on 1 Feb 2020 that “every priest, be it a curate or parish priest, will be required to serve for three years in any given parish, school or area. From there, his contract can then be renewed for another three years, after which he will transferred to another area. He said no priest will be allowed to serve beyond two three-year terms at a parish.”
I suspect what this is a similar to the (I think bad) practice in these USA of assigning priests for a 6 year term, renewable. Instead, it is a three year term.
Moreover, Masses are not to be celebrated in homes.
Moreover, he has admonished cohabiting (unmarried) couples not to receive Communion.
Moreover, he has said that priests should avoid having lay people distribute Communion at Mass.
Moreover, priests and deacons are to wear proper vestments.
Moreover, and this is the big one, he has forbidden Communion in the hand. Separate story HERE
“Henceforth, it is forbidden to distribute or to receive Holy Communion In the hands. Mother Church enjoins US to hold the Most Holy Eucharist in the highest honor (Can. 898). Due to many reported instances of dishonoring the Eucharist that have been associated with reception of the Eucharist in the hands, it is lilting to return to the more reverent method of receiving the Eucharist on the tongue,…”
Hopefully this can be a model for decrees by other bishops across the world.