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1994 Priests’ Set of Awka, Ekwulobia Dioceses at 27

By Ifeoma Ezenyilimba The 1994 Priests’ set of the Catholic Diocese of Awka and the Catholic Diocese of Ekwulobia (CADEK), on Friday, August 20, 2021, celebrated their 27 Years Priestly Anniversary amid thanksgiving. Leading in the concelebrated Anniversary Thanksgiving Mass at at Archbishop A.K. Obiefuna Retreat, Pastoral and Conference Centre, Okpuno (ABAKORPACCO), Awka South LGA, Anambra State, the Vocation Director, ...

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Abia Gov to Lead PDP National Campaign Council for Anambra Guber Poll

…Gov Okowa Serves as Deputy The People’s Democratic Party has appointed Abia State Governor, Okezie Ikpeazu, to lead the party’s national gubernatorial campaign council in Anambra ahead of the November 6 election, reports Jude Atupulazi. Also the governor of Delta State, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa, is to serve as the Deputy Chairman of the campaign council whose major task is to ...

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Those ‘Powerful’ Priests

By Chinecherem Efobi About 1974, five years before his death, Arch bishop Fulton Sheen wrote a book titled: “Those Mysterious Priests”. It was a spiritual classic that explored the dual nature of Priests as both human and Divine. Among other topics discussed, the book invites the priest to be a victim in living out the salvific mystery of Jesus. The ...

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Fr Kelvin Ugwu wrote:

By Chinecherem Efobi Someone said that I am getting too comfortable in Malawi. Smiles. Well, I hope it is not bad. Nonetheless, don’t blame me. I am having the rare opportunity of experiencing people and a way of living that is still at its simple and natural state. The difference between my present parish and the place I was working ...

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Bad Governance: CBCN Commends Nigerians for Their Patience

Despite several challenges confronting Nigeria due to bad leadership at all levels of government, the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Nigeria (CBCN) on Sunday, August 22, 2021, commended Nigerians for their patience in what the Conference described as repeated government failure to meet the minimum requirement of the government. President of the CBCN, Archbishop Augustine Obiora Akubeze gave the commendation in ...

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Injustice in Nigeria: We Must Keep Speaking the Truth

The Catholic Bishop of Pankshin Diocese, Most Rev. Michael Gokum, on Saturday, August 21, 2021, stated the Church leaders in Nigeria must keep speaking the truth despite many biases. He stated this in his homily during morning Mass in Enugu at the ongoing Catholic Bishops’ conference. “In Nigeria today, there are so many biases in the land but whether our ...

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Archbishop Okeke To Church Leaders

You Can’t Inspire If You’re Not On Fire With Divine Love The Catholic Archbishop of Onitsha, Most Rev. Valerian Okeke has charged all Church leaders to be good leaders and teachers to their faithful even as he challenged them saying that “You cannot inspire if you are not on fire with divine love”. Archbishop Okeke stated this in his homily ...

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CBCN Urges Catholic Politicians To Make A Difference In Nigeria’s Political Sphere

The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Nigeria (CBCN) has called on Catholic Politicians to make a difference in the Nigerian political sphere. President of the CBCN and Archbishop of Benin-City, Most Rev. Augustine Obiora Akubeze made the call on Saturday, August 21, 2021 in an address during the Bishops’ interaction with Catholic politicians of the Province of Onitsha in Enugu at ...

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