Monthly Archives: May 2016

PUBLIC NOTICE!!! Sickle Cell Day

PUBLIC NOTICE!!!  The ASSOCIATION OF PEOPLE LIVING WITH SICKLE CELL DISORDER in partnership with FIDES COMMUNICATIONS will flag off their WORLD SICKLE CELL DAY on For  sponsorship, donations, adverts and goodwill messages, please contact FIDES COMMUNICATIONS, OKPUNO-AWKA. Account name: FIDES COMMUNICATIONS. Account No: 5080011941 Account Name: Fidelity Bank Phone No: 07062758285 (FIDES) For enquiries, please contact 08033222007 (Aisha).   Announcer: ...

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World Communications Day 2016

MESSAGE OF HIS HOLINESS POPE FRANCIS FOR THE 50th WORLD COMMUNICATIONS DAY Communication and Mercy: A Fruitful Encounter Dear Brothers and Sisters, The Holy Year of Mercy invites all of us to reflect on the relationship between communication and mercy. The Church, in union with Christ, the living incarnation of the Father of Mercies, is called to practise mercy as the ...

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Who Will Love A Sickle Cell Anaemia Child?

Sickle cell disease is a genetic blood disorder commonly found in the tropical region of Africa. Its debilitating effects due to ignorance from parents over the years have sent many innocent victims to their untimely graves. The prevalence of the sickle cell disease dates back to 1910. Before then and up till now (unfortunately) new births with these deadly scourge ...

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Fides Management & Staff Meeting

The 2nd Fides Management & Staff Meeting will hold on Monday, June 13, 2016 by 10am. The Venue is the Obiefuna Auditorium in Fides premises. All are requested to attend. Each department head will give a summary report of his or her unit/section. Thanks and God bless. Fr Martin Anusi Director

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A Case For the Revival of Igbo Language and Culture

So much had been said and written by Igbo elites in recent times about the alarming decline in spoken Igbo language by Ndigbo themselves and the possible extinction of the language in the nearest foreseeable future. The Igbo language is one of the three major languages recognized by law or convention in Nigeria. It is a matter of deep regret ...

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PASTORAL MESSAGE AT THE END OF THE 2nd PLENARY ASSEMBLY OF THE REGIONAL EPISCOPAL CONFERENCE OF WEST AFRICA (RECOWA-CERAO)

0.  Greeting and Introduction:  Dearly beloved in Christ Jesus, we your Bishops at the end of our Second Plenary Assembly of the Regional Episcopal Conference of West Africa (RECOWA-CERAO), which we held here in Accra, Ghana from Monday, February 22 to Monday, 29, 2016, bring you greetings of the season. We greet you in this special season of Lent in the Jubilee Year ...

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Why Iraq wasn’t what I thought

hat do the displaced really want What most of the displaced want is to go back home. But with the situation showing precious little improvement, many have become fed up, and are thinking of going abroad. While hopes of returning might have been higher after the initial displacement in 2014, they have significantly diminished now that the situation has drug ...

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