HOMILY FOR WEDNESDAY OF THE THIRTY-FOURTH WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR A (2) HOMILY THEME: GOD DOES NOT JOKE WITH HIS OWN

HOMILY FOR WEDNESDAY OF THE THIRTY-FOURTH WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR A. HOMILY THEME: GOD DOES NOT JOKE WITH HIS OWN BY: Fr Evaristus Abu HOMILY: “Then they brought in the golden and silver vessels which had been taken out of the temple, the house of God in Jerusalem; and the king and his lords, his wives, and his concubines drank from them. They drank wine, and praised the gods of gold and silver, bronze, iron, wood, and stone.” Daniel 5:3-4. Imagine coming home one day only to meet your…

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Pope Francis sends condolences to victims of Nigeria bomb attack

The Holy Father Pope Francis has expressed deep shock and commiserated with the families of the recent bomb attack at Medina Mosque in Mubi, Adamawa State in which 50 people lost their lives. Several others were injured in the terror attack. Pope Francis described the incident as a senseless and deplorable act. The Pope’s message is contained in a letter signed by the Vatican Secretary of State, Cardinal Pietro Parolin. The message reads, “Having learned with sadness of the bombing at the Medina Mosque in Mubi, His Holiness Pope Francis…

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HOMILY FOR WEDNESDAY OF THE 34TH WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR A (1) HOMILY THEME: THE END TIME

HOMILY FOR WEDNESDAY OF THE THIRTY-FOURTH WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR A. HOMILY THEME: THE END TIME BY: Fr Benny Tuazon HOMILY: (Lk. 21:12-19) In the day’s Gospel Jesus continues with the description of the end time. They are difficult days because they will be marked with calamities and other physical upheavals. There will also be wars among nations and within family members. No one would like to be in those days. Yet, they are inevitable. But Jesus tells us to see its best side. Instead of fear, we must…

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Reading for Wednesday of the Thirty-fourth Week in Ordinary Time Year A. Liturgical Colour: green First Reading: (Daniel 5: 1-6, 13-14, 16-17, 23-28) Responsorial Psalm: (Daniel 3: 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67) Gospel: (Luke 21: 12-19)

First Reading: (Daniel 5: 1-6, 13-14, 16-17, 23-28) Responsorial Psalm: (Daniel 3: 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67) Gospel: (Luke 21: 12-19)   First Reading: (Daniel 5: 1-6, 13-14, 16-17, 23-28) Baltasar the king made a great feast for a thousand of his nobles: and every one drank according to his age. And being now drunk he commanded that they should bring the vessels of gold and silver which Nabuchodonosor his father had brought away out of the temple, that was in Jerusalem, that the king and his nobles, and his wives…

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THE BLACK SLAVERY IN LIBYA: My thoughts.

THE BLACK SLAVERY IN LIBYA: My thoughts. By: Fr Abiagom Augustine CM When certain things begin to happen it is often worthwhile to take some moments of respite to reflecting on such happenings before saying a word or making some remarks. Black Slavery in Black but white skinned Libya! How do we explain this? 1. A Message to African Leaders: Leaders of Africa, your election into political offices aren’t meant to enslave your people but to free them. Selfishness and wickedness has often blinded your eyes to seeing the plights…

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HOMILY FOR TUESDAY OF THE THIRTY-FOURTH WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR A (2) HOMILY THEME: DREAMS, VISIONS, SIGNS AND THE FUTURE

HOMILY FOR TUESDAY OF THE THIRTY-FOURTH WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR A. HOMILY THEME: DREAMS, VISIONS, SIGNS AND THE FUTURE BY: Fr. Evaristus Abu HOMILY: “A great God has made known to the king what shall be hereafter. The dream is certain, and its interpretation sure.” Dan 2:45. In every human being, there is an inner restlessness, a deep seated curiosity about the content of the future. We have always wanted to know what tomorrow holds because we believe that knowledge helps us live better, avoid mistakes and make the…

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