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Operation Show your Baptism Card and Voter’s Card

By Fr Pat Amobi Chukwuma Humanity is the climax of God’s creative activities. From the first to the fifth day, God’s language was “Let there be and it was so.” But on the sixth day God used a symbolic language. He said, “Let us make man in our own image and likeness” (Gen. 1:26). Man and woman he created them. ...

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Feminism Craze

By Mercy Okoye In our world today, it seems that with every season and period, comes a new trend. In the entertainment world, we have seen all kinds of dance styles evolve; from gwara gwara to leg walk, shaku shaku and lots more, each coming and going in its own time. Not to mention, the craze in the fashion and ...

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Fr.Akunatakasi At 33: Journey of A Great Pastor

Fr.Charles Umeoji is 33 years. 33 years of greatness and simplicity. Pastoring, shepherding, moulding souls for Christ. Enigma; loving, building, giving, sacrificing. Big Congratulations to you Fr Takason. 1988 wiped the tears of Umu Ezinna. Who had longed for a priest. From when time began eluded. Aku,Amaekwulu,Ifite rained tears of joy Catholics, Anglicans, Pentecostals,Trado-Religionists alike. ‘My people will cry no ...

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Two Brothers Increase Nawfia Indigenous Priests to 9

   … As Catholic Community Holds Grand Reception at Thanksgiving Mass By Chioma Ndife Two blood brothers from the family of the late Chief Paul Ositadinma and Mrs. Beatrice Njideka Nwune from Umuriam Village, Nawfia, have increase the number of Nawfia indigenous priests to nine, following their ordination. The two brothers, namely, Rev. Frs. Ikenna Kelvin and Paul Onyekachukwu Nwune, ...

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A Help Offered is Help Received

By Emmanuel Light Ogbogu A young man’s mother was hospitalized. She was placed in intensive care. A few days later, the doctors told him that her condition was desperate; she could expire at any time. He left the hospital helpless. On his way back to visit his mother, he stopped at a gas station. While waiting for the attendant to ...

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STATE OF THE NATION: CATHOLIC BISHOPS SPEAK

The Church And Prophetic Witnessing In Nigeria “And you shall be my witnesses  . . . even to the remotest parts of the world” (Acts 1:8) A Communiqué issued at the end of the Second Plenary Meeting of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Nigeria (CBCN), which held at the Holy Ghost Cathedral, Ogui, Enugu, Enugu State, 19 – 27 August, ...

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Ahmed Musa Celebrates First Goal in Turkish League

By Alexander Johnson Adejoh Super Eagles Captain Ahmed Musa, made his dream start to life in Turkish Super Lig as he netted on his debut for Fatih Karagumruk on Saturday. The 28-year-old was the hero as he netted the winner in Stoppage time to hand his club all the three points against Gaziantep. Ahmed Musa who joined the Club last ...

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Isaac Success Joins Udinese on Loan from Watford

By Alexander Johnson Adejoh Nigerian striker, Isaac Success, is set to undergo medicals at Italian side Udinese to compete his transfer from Watford after spending five years. Success, a former Nigerian international at the Under-17 and Under-20 level, leaves English side Watford after his five-year ran out this summer. The 25-year-old joined the Hornets from Spanish side Granada in 2016, ...

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11 Nigerians to Watch out for in 2021/22 EPL Season

By Alexander Johnson Adejoh The English Premier League is the most-watched football league in Nigeria and they follow their teams with fevered passion. The big four-Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, and Chelsea do not have any Nigerian in their ranks presently but there are some players-both old and young, seeking to lay down markers; quieten the naysayers, while the others ...

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