HOMILY FOR THE FOUTH (4th) SUNDAY OF LENT, YEAR A HOMILY Theme: That the power of God will be made manifest

HOMILY FOR THE FOUTH (4th) SUNDAY OF LENT, YEAR A (Laetare Sunday) HOMILY Theme: That the power of God will be made manifest By: Fr Justin Nzekwe HOMILY : Many things that happen in our lives happen for a purpose. Nothing happens in vain. The universe belongs to God and God controls it. This is a fact that we find very difficult to accept as humans. We often want to find out the cause of every ill that happens in our lives and society, and we often attribute it to…

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HOMILY FOR THE (3rd) THIRD SUNDAY OF LENT, YEAR A Theme: THIRST FOR LIVING WATER

HOMILY FOR THE (3rd) THIRD SUNDAY OF LENT, YEAR A Theme: THIRST FOR LIVING WATER Fr. Gerald Musa HOMILY: Some development experts from Europe came to a very remote village in Africa to provide some infrastructure that would add value to the lives of the villagers. There was only one Well in the whole village and so the development experts proposed to build a borehole or a dam and run pipes that will go to each house. The villagers had a different opinion; they preferred the central village Well to…

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Homily for the Second (2nd) Sunday of Lent, Year A Theme: Stop Being Afraid

By: Fr. Munachi Ezeogu, CSSp Genesis 12:1-4, 2 Timothy 1:8-10, Matthew 17:1-9 On the Gospel, Stop Being Afraid HOMILY: There is a mysterious story in 2 Kings that can help us understand what is happening in the transfiguration. Israel is at war with Aram, and Elisha the man of God is using his prophetic powers to reveal the strategic plans of the Aramean army to the Israelites. At first the King of Aram thinks that one of his officers is playing the spy but when he learns the truth he…

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