HOMILY FOR THE 30th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME, YEAR A (5) HOMILY THEME: LOVE GOD IN YOUR NEIGHBOURS

HOMILY FOR THE 30th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME, YEAR A (5) By: Fr. Johnbosco Obika 1st: Ex 22:21-27 2nd: 1 Thes 1:5-10 3rd: Matt 22:34-40 HOMILY THEME: LOVE GOD IN YOUR NEIGHBOURS HOMILY: Last Sunday the Pharisees and the Herodians formed an ally against Jesus and put a question about whether to pay tax or not to Caesar in order entrap him. Jesus turned this trap into an opportunity to teach them about one’s duty towards God and the state. Today, another question was put to Jesus by a lawyer…

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HOMLIY FOR THE THIRD (3rd) SUNDAY OF EASTER, YEAR A HOMILY THEME: MEETING JESUS

HOMILY FOR THE THIRD (3rd) SUNDAY OF EASTER, YEAR A HOMILY THEME: MEETING JESUS By: Fr. Gerald Musa HOMILY: The word Kerygma is a Greek word derived from the verb Keriso that means to cry or proclaim, or to preach the Good News. After the resurrection of Jesus, his disciples explained the mystery of the death and resurrection. This was why Peter stood up with the Eleven, raised his voice, and proclaimed the meaning of the death, crucifixion, resurrection and exaltation of Jesus (See Acts of the Apostles 2:14, 22-23).…

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HOMILY FOR THE FIFTH SUNDAY OF LENT, YEAR A (no. 3) HOMILY Theme: Untie him let him go

HOMILY FOR THE FIFTH SUNDAY OF LENT YEAR A HOMILY Theme: Untie him let him go By: Fr. Justin Nzekwe HOMILY: The power of life and death lies in the hands of God alone. He is the only one that can give life to our mortal bodies. God has the sole power to bind and unbind. This power he manifested at a time when the Israelites are in need of restoration, God gave a pragmatic prophecy through the prophet Ezekiel. He took Ezekiel in the spirit to a valley filled…

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