Month: July 2015

Have you ever attended the ordination of a Catholic priest? It is an amazing ceremony that always lead me into deep meditation, even though we are sometimes distracted and carried away by the social celebration of this great mystery. At …

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I once read an article written by obviously a none Catholic because the article was directed against the Catholic Church, he questioned the Petrine authority and insist that the Catholic Church is wrong in her teaching about St. Peter as …

Was St. Peter ever a Pope? Read More »

For the Augustinians of the Province of St. Augustine of Nigeria, the Month of July is significant. Many of us were ordained this Month for the glory of God, for the Augustinian family and for the whole Church. We thank …

Ordination anniversary Read More »

The Catholic teaching about the infallibility of the Pope sounds so strange and unacceptable to so many none Catholics, they can’t even imagine it to be true, yet the Church teaches it with so much confidence with her teaching authority …

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I was going through Catholic Herald, one of the popular Catholic magazines and I found an article written by Mary O’Regan about the need to constantly venerate and offer the blood of Jesus Christ for our sins and those of …

The Blood of Jesus Christ Read More »

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Talking about religious poverty reminds me of a question somebody once asked me; are there different kinds of priests in the Catholic Church? I did not hesitate to answer no. I answered no, not because I did not get exactly …

The vow of religious poverty Read More »

In a particular Catholic Parish, a big Church bell was install not too long ago that goes off at 6am, 12pm and at 6pm respectively. At its sound, a lot of people admired it and wondered what it met, especially …

The Angelus Read More »