Month: December 2015

In the ancient Roman religion, the people worshiped a god they called Janus, they believed that Janus has two faces. He sees the beginning and the end of all things according to them, they believe he could look into the …

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Most times, priests and religious are seen as supper human, far removed from the ordinary life. Yet, they are human, taken from among human. Though it is very true that by the virtue of their priestly ordination and religious consecration …

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The year 2016 as the jubilee year of mercy is no longer new to the catholic world. Every Catholic now knows that the Pope has declared the year 2016 as the year of mercy; however, not so many may know …

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Brethren, we gathered here tonight to celebrate Christmas vigil. The whole world keep vigil tonight in anticipation, waiting in hope for the birth of Jesus Christ. We gather this holy night to pray that Christ be born again in our …

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So many none Catholics are very much interested in what the Catholic Church teaches about certain things, they want to know what the Church says. The effort some of these our friends put into trying to know what the Church …

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I published something about St. Augustine’s biography on this blog, but it is interesting to read what the pope says about this great son of the Church. The Pope gave this talk in a general audience on Wednesday, 30 January …

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We are gradually coming to the end of the advent season. Next Sunday will be the last Sunday before the ┬áChristmas season begins. As we approach the Christmas season, we are reminded today of the need to be happy. Christmas …

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The immaculate conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary is sometimes confused by some; it is the conception of Mary in the womb of her own mother, Saint Anne. Some people confuse it for the conception of Jesus Christ in the …

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Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, Coker, Nigeria, came together today for Christmas Carol of nine lessons tagged “Carol of Divine liberation.” It was so tagged because the Parish declared the year 2015 as the year of Divine liberation. The …

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