Opinion

Monthly Archives: December 2018

Rediscovering Our Femininity: Going Back to God’s Original Design for Women (Part II)

By Rosanna Emenusiobi (continued from the last edition) It will be beautiful if modern women discover that their problem is not “men”, but her mentality about men, ignited by “feminist ideologies”. Also, you need to discover that the majority of the power in the man-woman relationship is held by the woman because of a man’s natural emotional and psychological dependence ...

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From the Desk of A Speech, Language & Hearing Therapist.

By Boniface O. Ezeolu Ear Infections and Little Ears in Children Middle ear infections are common in children, and some children are more prone to them than others. The reason is little ears contain lots of little parts, many of which are still developing. Besides, it can be hard to tell if your child has an ear infection or just ...

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Our Sports Potentials are Wasting — Vincent Okeke

. . . Up Close with the Pillar of DOSAD Sports Engr Vincent Okeke By Uche Enem Hello readers. This Christmas Edition, we bring you Engr Vincent Ikechukwu Okeke, who is a philantrophist, manufacturer, entrepreneur, Chartered Accountant, Engineer, Sports Promoter and above all, a principled man. Vincent hails from Umuatulu Ifite Ani of Enugwu Ukwu, Njikoka LGA of Anambra State. ...

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Our Sports Potentials are Wasting- Vincent Okek

Up Close with the Pillar of DOSAD Sports Engr Vincent Okeke By Uche Enem Hello readers. This Christmas Edition, we bring you Engr Vincent Ikechukwu Okeke, who is a philantrophist, manufacturer, entrepreneur, Chartered Accountant, Engineer, Sports Promoter and above all, a principled man. Vincent hails from Umuatulu Ifite Ani of Enugwu Ukwu, Njikoka LGA of Anambra State. He is a ...

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The Most Commonly Read Book in the Philippines? Survey Says: the Bible

A recent survey found that the Bible is the most frequently read book in the Philippines. The country’s National Book Development Board commissioned a readership survey for 2017, the results of which were released earlier this year. More than 72 percent of adults were found to favor reading the Bible over other literary genres, including fiction, non-fiction, hobbies, health, and ...

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Priest Who Survived Major Plane Crash Credits Our Lady of Guadalupe

AeroMexico Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner. Credit: Bjoern Wylezich / Shutterstock. By Mary Rezac This year, for Father Esequiel Sanchez, the Feast Day of Our Lady of Guadalupe brings up terrifying memories – and a huge reason to be thankful. Sanchez was one of 103 passengers aboard Aeromexico Flight 2431, which crashed and burned in a field shortly after takeoff on July ...

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From Bartender to Priest: ‘God is Very Insistent!’

Father Juan de Cáceres (right) during his priestly ordination. Credit: Diocese of Santander. How do you go from being a bartender who has not attended Mass for 15 years to becoming a priest? For Fr. Juan de Cáceres, the answer is that God was persistent in pursing his heart and revealing his call. Today, Fr. Juan is a priest of ...

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The Cycle of Porn and Loneliness

By Perry West Andy*, a devout Catholic and recently married man in his twenties, encountered a vicious cycle of pornography in high school and some college – a cycle of porn and loneliness. Support Catholic News Agency “[Porn] would create this whole loneliness, but then, [because of] that loneliness itself, I was seeking for some sort of connection and I ...

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‘100 Nativities in the Vatican’ Seeks to Show True Meaning of Christmas

By Courtney Grogan More than 100 nativity scenes are on display near the Vatican as the Pontifical Council for the Promotion of the New Evangelization seeks to share the history and spirituality behind the nearly 800-year-old Christmas devotion. “The nativity, in addition to being a beautiful cultural tradition transmitted [by] the genius of St. Francis of Assisi and spread throughout ...

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Election Debates: Time to Make them Count in Nigeria

Last Friday, December 14, the Nigerian Election Debate Group organized a debate for Vice Presidential candidates of some of the major political parties. Five presidential running mates attended the debate, the first time there would be such a debate for presidential running mates. Although it did not involve the presidential aspirants themselves, it nevertheless afforded Nigerian voters a chance to ...

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