Month: September 2018

Christianity in our generation has being turned into something else, it is not an exaggeration to say that anti-Christian/Catholic tendencies have eaten deep into the Church; particularly the Nigerian Church. Our readings this morning addresses some of these anomalies; all …

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The pains of unintentional childlessness in marriage is unimaginable, only those who faces it or had gone through it knows the extent. Why so many are thanking God for the technological and medical advancement that seem to have provided a …

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We see Jesus in our gospel passage this morning making his way gradually towards Jerusalem and the cross by implication. He came down from the mountain with his apostles and made their way through Galilee to Capernaum. He did not …

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The bare cross is simply referred to as a cross, while the cross with an image of the crucified Jesus is crucifix. I once got a beautiful crucifix for a non-Catholic friend, and he appreciated it but later removed the …

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Our gospel passage this morning is a very familiar one, we all may have read it so many times and listened to so many homilies on it. But one thing that may not be too familiar is the nature of …

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Today‚Äôs first reading sounds like its advent season already, the prophet Isaiah prophesied about the coming of the messiah. He is coming, vengeance is coming he says. He is also coming with healing power to open the eyes of the …

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