Opinion

Monthly Archives: November 2018

Raising Chaste (pure) Teens in the Age of Sexual Permissiveness: The Indispensable Role of Women (Part 1)

By Sr. M. Rosanna Emenusiobi “Thank you, women who are mothers! You have sheltered human beings within yourselves in a unique experience of joy and travail… Thank you, women who are wives! You irrevocably join your future to that of your husbands, in a relationship of mutual giving, at the service of love and life… Thank you, women who are ...

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Randie Chima Takes a Bow at 56

By Okechukwu Anarado A healthy tree’s branch snapped at a vulture’s impetuous perch. Darkness suddenly overtook a bright and sunny day.  And mortals, in recoil, ponder over the mysteries that pervade the moment. If only the reality could be upturned. Randie’s passage presents this scenario. Life, in all its expressions, harps on its utmost transience. It continually upholds the trifle ...

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Kill Anger, Before It Kills You

By Paschal Chisom Obi Anger is among the seven capital sins. Archbishop Fulton Sheen calls anger the sin of the mind and as such, countless other deadly and grievous sins spring from it. One of the greatest battles of life is the battle to “put away anger,” and not just controlling it. Some Christians will not go to heaven, not ...

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Obi, Not Anti North and not Sponsoring IPOB – Aide

By Jude Atupulazi The allegation by the Northern Youths Leaders Forum (NYLF) that the Vice Presidential Candidate of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) for the 2019 elections, Mr. Peter Obi, is anti-North and a major of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has been described as diversionary and an attempt to give a dog a bad name in other to ...

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