HOMILY FOR THE 1ST SATURDAY OF ADVENT. (1)

HOMILY FOR THE 1ST SATURDAY OF ADVENT.

THEME: TEACHING, PREACHING, AND HEALING.

BY: FR GERALD M. MUSA.

Jesus taught and preached passionately telling his listeners who God is and what his kingdom looks like

HOMILY FOR FRIDAY OF THE 1ST WEEK OF ADVENT. (3)

HOMILY FOR FRIDAY OF THE 1ST WEEK OF ADVENT.

THEME: DIVINE TRANSFORMATION.

BY: Fr. Francis Onwunali.

“Amazing grace, how sweet the sound that saved a wretch like me. I once was lost, but now I’m

HOMILY FOR THURSDAY OF THE 1ST WEEK OF ADVENT. (1)

HOMILY FOR THURSDAY OF THE 1ST WEEK OF ADVENT.

THEME: HOUSE BUILT UPON A ROCK!

BY: Benedict Agbo (Rev Fr)

* Is 26: 1 – 6, Matt 7: 21 – 27.

*Our salvation is guaranteed when, like a house it is built upon a rock. Salvation is won like a helmet, sung like a hymn and acted out like a drama. It is won like a helmet, Eph 6: 17 because it is

HOMILY FOR NOVEMBER 30, FEAST OF ST. ANDREW. (2)

HOMILY FOR NOVEMBER 30, FEAST OF ST. ANDREW.

THEME: THE CALL OF ANDREW.

BY: Fr. Karabari Paul.

And he said to them, “Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men.” Immediately they left their nets and followed him.

HOMILY FOR NOVEMBER 30, FEAST OF ST. ANDREW. (1)

HOMILY FOR NOVEMBER 30, FEAST OF ST. ANDREW.

THEME: THEY FOLLOWED HIM.

BY: FR GERALD M. MUSA

We like to follow those we admire, especially parents, teachers, preachers, and leaders whose teaching and lifestyle are in harmony. Sometimes, we call those we follow our idol

HOMILY FOR TUESDAY OF THE 1ST WEEK OF ADVENT. (3)

HOMILY FOR TUESDAY OF THE 1ST WEEK OF ADVENT.

THEME: THE HIDDEN JOY AND PEACE.

BY: Fr. Karabari Paul.

‘In his days shall justice flourish, and great peace forever’ (Psalm 72:7).

We lack total peace in the world. There are troubles on every side. We fight our enemies even in our sleep. However, the King

DAILY HOMILY FOR TUESDAY OF THE 1ST WEEK OF ADVENT. (2)

DAILY HOMILY FOR TUESDAY OF THE 1ST WEEK OF ADVENT.

THEME: Happy the eyes that see what you see!

BY: Rev Fr Oselumhense Anetor (Uromi Diocese)

Is.11:1-10; Luke 10:21-24

Don’t forget that the seventy had just returned from the assignment Jesus gave them. And yes,

HOMILY FOR MONDAY OF THE 1ST WEEK OF ADVENT.

HOMILY FOR MONDAY OF THE 1ST WEEK OF ADVENT.

THEME: FAITH AS GREAT AS THIS!

BY: Benedict Agbo (Rev Fr)

* Is 1: 2 – 6, Matt 8: 5 – 11.

‘In no one in Israel (among the so called children of God) have I found such faith!’.
Why did Christ say this about this Centuri

HOMILY FOR SATURDAY OF THE 34TH WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR II. (1)

HOMILY FOR SATURDAY OF THE 34TH WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR II.

THEME: STRENGTH TO ESCAPE.

BY: FR GERALD M. MUSA.

We all have an impulse to run away and escape from different situations in life; we love to escape from realit

YEAR II: HOMILY FOR FRIDAY OF THE 34TH WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME. (2)

YEAR II: HOMILY FOR FRIDAY OF THE 34TH WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME.

THEME: My words will never pass away.

BY: Fr. Diotacious Chikontwe SMA

*READINGS OF THE DAY*
Apocalypse 20:1-4,11-21:2
Psalm 83:3-6,8
Luke 21:29-33

*LITURGICAL COLOUR*
GREEN

HOMILY FOR THURSDAY OF THE 34TH WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR II. (2)

HOMILY FOR THURSDAY OF THE 34TH WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR II.

THEME: The enthronement of righteousness with the coming of the Son of Man

BY: Fr Francis Onwunali.

The scary images signalling the eschaton continue to trail the readings of today. Like others, there is an elem

DAILY HOMILY FOR THURSDAY OF THE 34TH WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR II. (1)

DAILY HOMILY FOR THURSDAY OF THE 34TH WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR II.

THEME: RAISE YOUR HEAD.

BY: FR GERALD M. MUSA.

End times movies, or what we may call ‘Armageddon movies’ have a common theme which is about the e

YEAR II: HOMILY FOR WEDNESDAY OF THE 34TH WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME. (2)

YEAR II: HOMILY FOR WEDNESDAY OF THE 34TH WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME.

THEME: YOU WILL BE HATED.

BY: FR GERALD M. MUSA

Hate crimes, hate speech, and hate groups are on the increase. Hatred leads to social segregation, discrimination

YEAR II: HOMILY FOR WEDNESDAY OF THE 34TH WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME. (1)

YEAR II: HOMILY FOR WEDNESDAY OF THE 34TH WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME.

THEME: THE 8TH BEATITUDE!

BY: Benedict Agbo (Rev Fr)

* Rev 15: 1 – 4, Lk 21: 12 – 19.

The 8th beatitude is a promise of victory after being persecuted for righteousness, Matt 5: 10.

HOMILY FOR NOVEMBER 22, MEMORIAL OF SAINT CECILIA, VIRGIN, MARTYR. (1)

HOMILY FOR NOVEMBER 22, MEMORIAL OF SAINT CECILIA, VIRGIN, MARTYR.

THEME: Meditation on the end of time.

BY: Fr. Diotacious Chikontwe SMA

*READINGS OF THE DAY*
Apocalypse 14:14-19
Psalm 95:10-13
Luke 21:5-11

*LITURGICAL COLOUR*
RED

HOMILY FOR SATURDAY OF THE 33RD WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR II. (2)

HOMILY FOR SATURDAY OF THE 33RD WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR II.

THEME: The price of resurrection!

BY: Rev Fr Oselumhense Anetor (Uromi Diocese)

Rev.11:4-12; Luke 20:27-40

There are prophets, and there are prophets. Today, we see two prophets who so disturbed the peace of the people

YEAR II: HOMILY FOR FRIDAY OF THE 33RD WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME. (2)

YEAR II: HOMILY FOR FRIDAY OF THE 33RD WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME.

THEME: TIME FOR CHURCH REFORM!

BY: Benedict Agbo (Rev Fr)

* Rev 10: 8 – 11, Lk 19: 45 – 48.

‘My house shall be a house of prayer’. This was the radical position that Christ took that moved him to the

DAILY HOMILY FOR FRIDAY OF THE 33RD WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR II.(1)

DAILY HOMILY FOR FRIDAY OF THE 33RD WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR II.

THEME: HE DROVE SELLERS

BY: FR GERALD M. MUSA

“Jesus entered the temple and began to drive out those who sold, saying to them, ‘It is written, ‘My

YEAR II: REFLECTION FOR THURSDAY OF 33RD WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME.

YEAR II: REFLECTION FOR THURSDAY OF 33RD WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME.

THEME: RECOGNIZING THE OPPORTUNITIES GOD OFFERS ME TO BE ZEALOUS

BY: SR. J. K. OSIYEMI, EHJ.

Luke 19: 41-44.

When those I advise do not take heed of my counsel, and let it fall on deaf ears, my heart gets broken

HOMILY FOR NOVEMBER 17,  MEMORIAL OF ST.  ELIZABETH OF HUNGARY, RELIGIOUS.

HOMILY FOR NOVEMBER 17,  MEMORIAL OF ST.  ELIZABETH OF HUNGARY, RELIGIOUS.

THEME: Jesus sheds tears over the coming fate of Jerusalem.

BY: Fr. Diotacious Chikontwe SMA

*READINGS OF THE DAY*
Apocalypse 5:1-10
Resp Psalm 149:1-6,9
Luke 19:41-44

DAILY HOMILY FOR THURSDAY OF 33RD WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR II (1)

DAILY HOMILY FOR THURSDAY OF 33RD WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR II.

THEME: JESUS CRIED.

BY: FR GERALD M. MUSA

Victor Hugo, in his great book Les Misérables, says, “Those who do not weep, do not see.” As Jesus came to the end of his earthly, he wept over the city of Jerusalem, saying “Would

DAILY HOMILY FOR 33RD WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR II . (1)

DAILY HOMILY FOR 33RD WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR II .

THEME: COURAGE TO USE OUR GIFTS.

BY: FR GERALD M. MUSA.

Nothing worse than gifts and opportunities wasted! Jesus tells a parable of a nobleman who was traveling

HOMILY FOR TUESDAY OF THE 33RD WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR II. (2)

HOMILY FOR TUESDAY OF THE 33RD WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR II.

THEME: PUBLIC VS PRIVATE SINNERS.

BY: Benedict Agbo (Rev Fr)

* Rev 3 : 1 – 22, Lk 19 : 1 – 10.

Public sinners are the celebrated sinners whose sinful proclivities have been brought to the limelight, e

YEAR II: HOMILY FOR TUESDAY OF 33RD WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME. (1)

YEAR II: HOMILY FOR TUESDAY OF 33RD WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME.

THEME: HE SEEKS & SAVES.

BY: FR GERALD M. MUSA.

Zacchaeus, a senior t

YEAR II: HOMILY FOR MONDAY OF 33RD WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME. (2)

YEAR II: HOMILY FOR MONDAY OF 33RD WEEK IN ORDINARY TIME.

THEME: DEEPLY ROOTED IN  FAITH.

BY: Fr Francis Onwunali.

In this last week of the liturgical year, the Church reminds us that faith needs to be nurtured,

HOMILY FOR THE MEMORIAL OF ST. JOSAPHAT, BISHOP AND MARTYR. (2)

HOMILY FOR THE MEMORIAL OF ST. JOSAPHAT, BISHOP AND MARTYR.

THEME: The parable of the unjust judge.

BY: Fr. Diotacious Chikontwe SMA

HOMILY FOR NOVEMBER 12.

*READINGS OF THE DAY*
3 John 5-8
Psalm 111:1-6
Luke 18:1-8

*LITURGICAL COLOUR*
RED