Month: October 2016

The harvest is indeed rich, but the labourers are few. These are the words of Jesus, and it sends the message that more hands are needed in the work of evangelism. As Christians therefor we are all called to rise to this …

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Our first reading this morning from the book of wisdom says something very interesting, it reminds me of the creation story as recorded in the book of Genesis 1:31. God saw everything he had made, and indeed, it was very …

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The holy water like the other religious articles is often used in the Catholic Church, in fact, it is greatly associated with the Catholic Church even though it is gradually been seen these days in some other Christian denominations. Exactly when …

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A week ago in our gospel passage, Jesus told a parable about the need to pray always. He talked about a certain judge who neither feared God nor has respect for man; Jesus called him an unjust judge. This morning …

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The Eucharist is a sacrifice, a sacrifice made once and for all by our Lord Jesus Christ. Not like the sacrifice of old offered by the priests of the Old covenant, no. Jesus offered himself once and for all for …

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In many parts of the Church in Africa especially, the word “attack” has become so very common. Many sees themselves as been under attack too often, but that is not a big deal. The big deal is, what do we …

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I am so proud of my Catholic faith, and I am more thankful for the  privilege to be called into the priesthood in the Catholic Church. The Catholic Church is an unshakable pillar erected by Christ Jesus himself on a rock that …

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In our liturgy today we are reminded of the danger of ingratitude and the power of thanksgiving. It is written in Psalm 100:4, enter his gates with thanksgiving, and his courts with praise! Give thanks to him, bless his name. …

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January • January 3 – St. Fulgentius • January 4 – Bl. Christine of the Holy Cross • January 8 – Bl. Hugh of Gualdo Cattaneo • January 13 – Bl. Veronica of Binasco • January 18 – Bl. Christine of l’Aquila • January 23 – …

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