Month: February 2016

A none Catholic friend asked me why we address the Pope as his holiness; he was obviously not at home with that style at all. He argued vehemently against the idea and insist that only God is holy, no man …

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Rev. Sr. Briege McKenna in one of her talks shared an experience she had somewhere in India, in a particular temple. She said she entered the temple and there was a very loud drumming. The reason for the loud drumming …

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It is no longer news for one to hear that the religious crises that almost destroyed the northern part of Nigeria has left the two main religions in Nigeria (Christianity and Islam) suspicious of each other. So many groups and …

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The word “door” is not strange to us, it’s what both the rich and the poor have in homes irrespective of the esthetic difference. The door is the rightful way into a house compare to the window. When one passes …

The door of mercy Read More »

One cannot help but admire how St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican City is adorned with beautifully made images of ‘adorable’ Son and daughters of the Church. These images of men and women who lived exemplary life; the images of …

The Catholic Church and images Read More »

Our gospel reading today reminds me of Martin Luther King Jr., an American Baptist minister, activist and the leader of the African-American Civil Right movement. Martin Luther King Jr.  watched his people been humiliated and treated as second class human …

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I’m so happy and proud to be not just a Catholic but a Catholic priest. The Catholic Church is so blessed and rich in wisdom and tradition. It is a Church founded on an unshakable faith in Christ Jesus, confirmed by …

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Our readings this morning are very encouraging and reassuring of God’s mercy; we are encouraged today never to let our smallness, our weaknesses to separate us from God but to challenge us to go close to God for strength.  The …

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