Monthly Archives: May 2019

Be impactful, don’t wait for Govt – House Member Elect Tasks Youths

. . Promises to make self-available to Constituency By Chioma Ndife Anambra State House of Assembly Member-elect for Aguata 11 Constituency, Hon. Okechukwu Okoye has called on youths in the state to be impactful and contribute their quota to the development of society rather than consistently waiting upon the government. The House of Representative member made the call recently at ...

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Police Arrest Suspected Armed Robbers, Cultists In Anambra

By Sunny A. Ijomah Police detectives have arrested three man suspected robbery syndicate for alleged armed robbery. According to a statement signed by the Anambra State Police Public Relations Officer Mr. Haruna Mohammed (SP) Police detectives attached to Isiuwulu Division arrested three man robbery suspects who allegedly conspired and snatched a bag belonging to one Mercy Anekwe containing a sum ...

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Pope Francis: Christ liberates us from overwhelming evil

By Courtney Grogan Pope Francis said Wednesday that Jesus gave humanity a precious gift on the cross — liberation from evil. “The Christian knows how overwhelming the power of evil is, and at the same time he experiences how much Jesus, who never succumbed to its flattery, is on our side and comes to our aid,” Pope Francis said in ...

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To Promote Peace, Ghana’s Chief Muslim Cleric Goes to Mass

Credit: Juthamat8899/Shutterstock. As part of his efforts to increase interreligious peace, Ghana’s chief imam attended Easter Mass ahead of his 100th birthday celebration. Sheikh Osman Sharubutu recently captured the public eye after pictures went viral of his attendance at Mass at Christ the King Catholic Church in Accra. According to GhanaWeb, parish priest Father Andrew Campbell welcomed the Muslim leader, ...

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What an Italian Bishop Saw At His First Exorcism

  “All you have to do is witness an exorcism to understand that evil is a specific entity, as well as a reality,” he told the Italian daily Il Resto del Carlino. The Archbishop of Modena-Nonantola had seen possessed persons throughout his life, but he had never witnessed an exorcism. Then one of the two priest exorcists in his archdiocese ...

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Woman Who Served Brazil’s Poorest to Be Canonized

By Hannah Brockhaus Pope Francis Tuesday gave his approval for eight sainthood causes to proceed, including that of Blessed Dulce Lopes Pontes, a 20th-century religious sister who served Brazil’s poor. With the pope’s approval of a second miracle attributed to her intercession, Bl. Dulce can be canonized, according to the May 14 announcement. Pope Francis approved the next steps in ...

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Obiano Should Face Developing Anambra State – APC

By Jude Atupulazi The All Progressives Congress, APC, in Anambra State, has told the state governor, Willie Obiano, to refocus on how to get the 21 Local Governments in the state working and running under democratic government, in response to the true wishes of Ndi Anambra, noting that when these functional democratic governments are in place, alongside their legislature, replete ...

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Celebrate the Aged While Alive –Bishop Okoye

. . . As Chikelus Hold Thanksgiving for Mom’s Successful Surgery By Chioma Ndife The auxiliary Bishop of Awka Catholic Diocese, Most Rev. Jonas Benson Okoye, has beckoned on Christians across the nation to develop the habit of celebrating and taking great care of their aged ones rather than doing so at their death. He made the call while commending ...

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