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1. INSIPID CHRISTIANITY AND CORRUPTION IN NIGERIA
“You are the salt of the earth. But if salt loses its taste, with what can it be seasoned? It is no longer good for anything but to be thrown out and trampled underfoot” (Matthew 5:13). These words of Jesus came immediately after Jesus had ... 
2. ENCOUNTERING CHRIST IS BEYOND READING THE BIBLE
Encountering Jesus goes beyond reading the Bible on daily basis but reflecting and meditating on the Word of God, so that God can talk to us and teach us how to order our days and live in the light of His word; the Catholic Archbishop of Lagos, Most Re... 
3. WITNESSING TO CHRIST BY PRIESTS NOT LIMITED TO PREACHING THE WORD OF GOD
Witnessing to Christ by the anointed is more than preaching the Word of God and celebrating the Sacrament, the Catholic Archbishop of Abuja, Most Rev. Ignatius Ayau Kaigama has declared. The Archbishop made the assertion in his homily at the ordination... 
4. NEW CAMA LAW, AN ILLWIND THAT COULD DISRUPT THE COUNTRY’S FRAGILE PEACE
The passage of the Corporate Affairs Commission, 2020 Companies and Allied Matters Bill, CAMA, recently assented into law by President Muhammadu Buhari, has been described as an ill-wind that will blow no good to the country; and the Federal Government... 
5. PRESS RELEASE -THE SOLUTION IS HERE
The Chairman of the Board, Directors, and the Management of Salus Trust Limited, ….the HMO with a difference.., has unveiled an End to End HMO Software Solution that is deployed to satisfactorily address the perennial problems faced by the healt... 
6. PRIESTS URGED TO REMAIN STEADFAST IN THEIR VOCATION IN SPITE OF CHALLENGES
Priests of the Catholic Church have been admonished to remain steadfast in their vocation, amidst the various challenges of life; and “never allow past failures to discourage them from striving for holiness”. The call was made by the P... 
7. THE EUCHARIST AS AN INVALUABLE MEMORIAL THAT CONNECTS HUMANITY TO GOD
The Holy Father, Pope Francis has described the Eucharist as an invaluable memorial that connects humanity with God and transcends above all other gifts of life, ever bequeathed to humanity. The Pope made this affirmation in his homily at the c... 
8. THE EUCHARIST, GREATEST TREASURE BEQUEATHED TO THE CHURCH BY CHRIST
The Eucharist has been described as the greatest treasure bequeathed by Christ to the Church and has made her to be One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic, for more than 2,000 years. This assertion was made by the Catholic Archbishop of Abuja, Most ... 
9. SOLEMNITY OF THE BODY AND BLOOD OF CHRIST; A MANIFESTAION OF OUR COMMUNION WITH GOD AND OUR NEIGHBOURS
The Catholic Archbishop of Lagos, Most Rev. Alfred Adewale Martins has described the celebration of the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Jesus as the manifestation of our communion with God and our neighbours.  The Archbishop made this a... 
10. THE EUCHARIST, GREATEST TREASURE BEQUEATHED TO THE CHURCH BY CHRIST
The Eucharist has been described as the greatest treasure bequeathed by Christ to the Church and has made her to be One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic, for more than 2,000 years. This assertion was made by the Catholic Archbishop of Abuja, Most ... 
11. THE EUCHARIST AS AN INVALUABLE MEMORIAL THAT CONNECTS HUMANITY TO GOD
The Holy Father, Pope Francis has described the Eucharist as an invaluable memorial that connects humanity with God and transcends above all other gifts of life, ever bequeathed to humanity. The Pope made this affirmation in his homily at the c... 
12. “LABELS AS INSTRUMENTS OF WAR”: A POST-COVID-19 CONSIDERATION!
  It is a given that “misery unites people.” This dictum illustrates the fact when people are in difficulty, they could easily unite to lick their wounds. The current Covid-19 pandemic has literally forged the bonds of unity among p... 
13. “THE TITANIC SUNK WHILE GOD WAS “WATCHING”
The question of evil has remained with humans, right from time immemorial. A classic example of the question of evil and the suffering of the innocent can be found in the book of Job. “Man born of woman is short-lived and full of trouble”... 
14. COMMUNICATION DESCRIBED AS A VITAL VEIN FOR HUMAN LIVING
Communications has been described as the vein for human living and a very vital necessity for the sustenance of an invaluable society for the common good of humanity. This assertion was made by the Secretary General of the Catholic Secretariat of Nig... 
15. TELL STORIES THAT PROMOTE HARMONY, LOVE AND THE COMMON GOOD, MEDIA PRACTITIONERS TOLD
Media practitioners in the country have been urged to always tell stories that promote harmony, unity and peace; and shun all forms of bigotry, discrimination and exploitation with the use of the media. The advice was given by the Catholic Bishop of ... 
16. AUTHENTIC STORIES MOTIVATES HEROIC CONFRONTATION WITH CHALLENGES OF LIFE
The Catholic Bishop of Oyo Diocese, Most Rev. Emmanuel Adetoyese Badejo has asserted that stories told in authentic manner become the motivation that enables humanity to heroically confront the challenges of life. The Bishop’s contention was co... 
17. POPE’S CALL, A CHALLENGE FOR NEW DISPOSITION IN INFORMATION DISSEMINATION; SAYS ARCHBISHOP MARTINS
  Media practitioners in the country have been called upon to see the call of Pope Francis for the revival of story-telling as a means of information dissemination for the common good of humanity. The call was made by Archbishop Alfred Adewale ... 
18. “DISSEMINATION OF TRUTH WILL HELP ELIMINATE CONFLICT AND SUPERIORITY COMPLEX”
Effective communication premised on truth will go a long way to eliminate conflict, prejudice and superiority complex in the society, the Catholic Archbishop of Abuja, Most Rev. Ignatius Ayau Kaigama has declared. The Archbishop made the observation ... 
19. NO HUMAN BEING CAN FIGHT FOR GOD, ARCHBISHOP KAIGAMA ASSERTS
The Catholic Archbishop of Abuja, Most Rev. Ignatius Kaigama has cautioned that no human being can fight for God, describing the notion as a heresy. Pointing out that people can only fight for a god or religion that is weak”; the Archbishop adm... 
20. CATHOLICS ADVISED TO SEE CHRIST AS MODEL OF PRAYER AND SUFFERING
Catholics have been admonished to remain faithful in their faith and imbibe the virtues of Christ as their model of prayer and suffering. The admonition was given by the President of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Nigeria (CBCN); and Archb... 
21. USE YOUR POWER POSITIVELY, MEDIA PRACTITIONERS TOLD
Media practitioners have been called upon to use their professional power positively for the common good of humanity. This admonition was given by the President of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Nigeria (CBCN); and Catholic Archbishop of B... 
22. CHALLENGES FACING THE WORLD ATTRIBUTED TO NOT LISTENING TO THE VOICE OF CHRIST THE GOOD SHEPHERD
The challenges facing the world have been attributed to the refusal of the people to listen to the voice of Christ the Good Shepherd and follow his ways. This assertion was made by Rev. Fr. Augustine Okochi, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Ni... 
23. VOICE OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD OUR ONLY DIRECTION TO ETERNAL GLORY IN HEAVEN
Christians have been called upon to listen to the voice of Christ, the Good Shepherd and follow his ways to be able to obtain eternal glory, after their sojourn on this earth of vanity. This was the kernel of the homily delivered by Rev. Fr. Augustine ... 
24. LEADERS OF STAKEHOLDER GROUPS IN THE SOCIETY URGED TO EMULATE CHRIST THE GOOD SHEPHERD
Political leaders and all those in positions of power in the country have been called upon to emulate Jesus Christ, who as the Good Shepherd laid down his life for his sheep and brought salvation to mankind through his suffering and death on the Cross.... 
25. USE COVID-19 LOCKDOWN PERIOD TO ENHANCE SPIRITUALITY AND FAITH OF THE DOMESTIC CHURCH
Catholics of Ijebu-Ode Diocese have been called upon to use the present movement challenges occasioned by the Corona Virus pandemic to reflect and enhance their life of spirituality and become better Christians and Catholic family. The call was made by... 
26. BISHOP ADESINA STRESSES IMPORTANCE OF COLLABORATION FOR SUCCESS OF THE PASTORAL FOCUS OF HIS EPISCOPATE
Bishop Francis Adesina of Ijebu-Ode Diocese has reiterated the importance of cooperation and collaboration among all the faithful of the diocese to ensure the realization of the pastoral focus of his Episcopate, enunciated at his Episcopal ordination, ... 
27. ONLY A COMMON FRONT DEVOID OF ENVY AND OTHER DIFFERENCES CAN PUT AN END TO CORONA VIRUS PANDEMIC – Archbishop Kaigama
The human race is presently engaged in a global war for the survival of humanity and only a common front, devoid of envy, colour differences, religion and status can ensure victory for mankind in this situation, the Catholic Archbishop of Abuja, Most R... 
28. POLITICAL LEADERS, OTHERS URGED TO EMULATE CHRIST THE GOOD SHEPHERD
Leaders of the various stakeholder groups in the society have been admonished to reflect the image of Christ the Good Shepherd by building the trust of those they lead and serve the people selflessly. The admonition was given by Archbishop Augustine Ob... 
29. SALVATION OF HUMANITY ROOTED IN CHRIST THE GOOD SHEPHERD – Archbishop Akubeze
The salvation of man is rooted in Christ the Good Shepherd who out of his invaluable love for mankind suffered and died on the Cross so that humanity may attain eternal glory; the President of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Nigeria (CBCN), a... 
30. REDISCOVER THE BEAUTY OF MAY DEVOTION TO MARY THIS YEAR, POPE TELLS FAITHFUL
he Holy Father Pope Francis have called on Catholics throughout the world to use this year’s May devotion to seek the intervention of the Blessed Virgin Mary in putting an end to the Corona Virus pandemic ravaging the world.  The Pope’... 

 



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