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BE PREPARED NOT TO EXPERIENCE A TERRIBLE END – FATHER OSITA EZE

Today, the 33rd Sunday in ordinary time year C, is the last Sunday before Christ the King. The liturgical year is coming to an end and so, there is a need for checks and balances of the life we [...]

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The Pharisee and the Tax Collector by Fr Aloy Udo

Today, Christ has summoned us all to tell us what it takes to live as a good child of the mother – the Church. The first reading talks of the prayer of a humble and contrite heart. Psalm 51 [...]

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The Virtue of Persistence In Prayer by Fr Eze Osita Alex

In today’s gospel, Jesus teaches his disciples how to be persistent in prayer and He also teaches us to do the same “for our help comes from the Lord who made heaven and earth Psalm 121” We are [...]

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Lord Increase Our Faith – Fr Eze Osita Alex

Today, the Church takes us to a higher level of our core Christian demand- FAITH. Faith is a supernatural gift of God. God gives it to those who yearn for it and not to those who do not desire [...]

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Merciful and Loving God

Our first reading today introduces us to a God of justice. One who is ready to punish all those who disobey His commands. But this is not all that there is. The reading also shows us a loving and [...]

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Self-Sacrifice – A Homily by Rev Fr Father Istifanus Sheyin

Today, the church gives us the opportunity to learn the spirit of self-sacrifice and commitment. This spirit of self-sacrifice makes us accomplish even what appears to be impossible. In the [...]

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Humility: Key to the Narrow Door by Fr Johnmary Atep

Today offers us a very important element of our Christian faith which is often the most forgotten. Last Sunday, Christ talked about those who may make it to Heaven. He says Heaven is open to all [...]

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Trusting in God – Homily by Rev Fr Edmund Nnadozie

The first reading is taken from Isaiah 66 which is taken from the very last line. The book of Isaiah is divided into 3 parts. 1-44, 44-55 and 56-66. Chapter 66 is about the promise of God, not to [...]

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Courage – Homily by Fr Emmanuel Unamba

The serenity prayer, God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change; Courage to change the things I can; And wisdom to know the difference, written by a theologian, summarises all [...]

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Be Ready and Be Vigilant by Fr Kevwe Ambrose Unuajohwofia CSsR

Sometimes, we humans forget the need and purpose of existence and so we need constant reminders to keep us on track. The readings today tell us to reflect on the last 4 things – death, [...]

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