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The widows and the orphans are no doubt special to God. He said he is the father to the fatherless and the defender of widows (Psalm 68:5). Also in Isaiah 1:17, he calls us to defend the fatherless and plead …

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In some of Jesus parables, he directly attacked the chief priests, the elders of the people, the scribes and the Pharisees. He condemned their attitude towards religion, their legalistic approach to the worship of God. They were the rejected guests …

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Christianity in our generation is gradually losing its focus, it is gradually becoming mere entertainment, politics, physical manifestation of power, signs and wonders. The object of focus is gradually shifting from eternal life in Christ to a beautiful life here …

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In my homily a week ago, I did mentioned about how the devil put a thought in Peter, and how Jesus rebuked the satanic thought immediately. That incident happened when Jesus began to make it clear to his disciples that …

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Our world has become so secularized that most people no longer remember the four last things: Death, Judgment, Hell and Heaven. The quest for miracle has overshadowed these thing in many minds, yet they remain realities we cannot change, they …

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The word ‘marriage’ may appear to be very familiar to all of us, yes; the concept of marriage appears simple but it is quite complex in reality. The truth is whether the concept of marriage is familiar or complex, it …

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Few days ago we celebrated the ascension of Jesus Christ into heaven and in a week’s time we shall be celebrating Pentecost Sunday, the descent of the Holy Spirit. In-between the ascension and Pentecost Sunday is what one Rev. Fr. …

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In our world today many people are no longer interested in the meaning of the names they bear, people nick name themselves and answer all sorts of names . I believe that there is power in names,  God himself had …

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Not so many Catholics may know that Pope Francis has revised the understanding of the traditional holy Thursday foot-washing. This revisal is not anti-Catholic or anti-Christian message, it is not against the message of Jesus Christ but rather a greater insight …

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Today we celebrate the second Sunday of Easter and Divine Mercy Sunday, we continue to glory in the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. Through the resurrection power of Jesus Christ, the Church is blessed with power and authority even …

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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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