Month: May 2015

The C.M.O. (Catholic Men organization ) of my parish celebrated father’s day today. The day started with the Holy Mass, thanking God for the gift of fatherhood and prayed for the strength and wisdom to carry on the responsibilities of …

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The perpetual virginity of the blessed virgin Mary has remained controversial to so many Christians, especially the none Catholics. Even some very few Catholics cannot really explain their faith, they get confused when they are challenged to explain it. Our …

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The C.M.O. (Catholic men organization) of my Parish started their retreat this evening in preparation for the celebration of Father’s day on Sunday. I was happy to be with them to admonish and encourage their faith, and to remind them …

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In the beginning God created the light and separated the light from the darkness, God called the light day and the darkness he called night. God created time and seasons from the void and formless earth (Gen. 1), and the …

The Church’s liturgical year Read More »

Today we celebrate Pentecost Sunday, the day we commemorate the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the apostles in a special way. I said specially because the Holy Spirit did not begin to exist on that day. Before Pentecost, the …

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In the religious life, the word “charism” is used to referred to the special character, mission, identity of  a particular religious group. Each religious Order or congregation is known for a particular thing, and that is their charism. A particular …

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I saw this beautiful picture and it led me into meditations immediately. I do not know how long I gazed at it but all the staring eyes around me made me realize that I was out of my body. Wow! …

How beautiful! Read More »

The Holy Trinity is a doctrine in the Catholic Church that speaks of the three persons in the one Godhead; in other words, the Catholic Church believes and teaches that God is a Triune God. He is three in one …

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There is no doubt today that there is tension between different Christian denominations; one denomination attacking and rejecting the other on the bases of doctrine. The Catholic Church is one denomination that has suffered criticism even from the media. Most …

The Catholic Church and Doctrines Read More »

Liturgical vessels are those consecrated items or utensils used during liturgical ceremonies, especially at Mass. The use of these vessels are dated back into “biblical times,” both Old and the New Testament. The bible may not have used the word …

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The youth are celebrated in the Catholic Church, especially in Nigeria under the name Catholic Youth Organization of Nigeria (C.Y.O.N.). In our Parish, Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, Lagos, Nigeria, the youth had a whole week dedicated to them to celebrate …

Youth Week Celebration! Read More »