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May 21, 2018

St John’s Umunahu Uratta …Parish agog as CWO marks maiden celebration

Fr Nnajiemere Mrs Mbisike and other CWO members

  St. John’s Catholic Church Umunahu Uratta Owerri North LGA is barely months of attaining parish status but the level of enthusiasm and active participation of religious activity by parishioners remains starling and something to be desired. Last Sunday, a mammoth crowed of worshippers joined their counterparts in various worshipping centers across the nation to mark this year’s Mother’s Day Celebration, and the event became a maiden edition that would linger on in the minds of participants. Introducing the Mass which heralded the activity-packed event, pioneer parish priest, Rev. Fr. Betrand Nnajiemere expressed gratitude to God for the gift of…

Mothers’ Day Celebration:  A Product Of Mothers’ Roles

  BY Lady Nneoma Dr. Ify Felicity Okoro, JP (LSJI) Efforts of our mothers worth recognition. Mothers’ day celebration came up as a result of recognition of the efforts of mothers. These efforts as originated from the Bible are many and varied. Today, they are manifesting increasingly from our mothers to the society and these worth commendation. Mothers’ roles if traced from the Bible, include these; Matt 27:57  which tells us how Jesus’ mother carried His cross alone when her son was being carried down the cross for burial. In Luke 23:27-28, women of Jerusalem wept for Him on His…

Holy Family Parish Uratta celebrates 2016 Mother’s Day …CWO honours 15 parishioners

The Parish Priest, Rev Fr Dr Jude Onwana blessing the Patrons and Matrons of the CWO after their presentation to Christ’s faithful. The Catholic Women Organization (CWO) of Holy Family Catholic Church Uratta, in Owerri-North LGA, has honoured a total of 15 parishioners, as part of this year’s Mother’s Day celebration.   While five of the honorees were decorated as “patrons” and “matrons” of CWO” 10 others received the “Mirror of Holy Family” Award. Hon. Anselm Onyeakazi and Dr. Reginald Ejimofor were presented as patrons while Lolo Lovetta A. Ahuekwe, Nnenwereugwu Philomena Osuoha and Dame Rose Ukaga were presented as…

Mothers, special gift to every family – Fr. Olumba

  Mothers have been described as a special gift from God to every family, due to their unprecedented role in the Church, family and the society at large, especially in training their children. A Catholic Priest from Orlu, Rev Fr. Michael Olumba, stated this during the 2015 Mother’s Day celebration held at the Holy Trinity Cathedral Orlu. He said that mothers contribute a lot towards the growth of the society, adding that their involvement in government will bring more transformation to the society. Fr. Olumba noted that the celebration of Mothers Day is something that can never be ignored as…

Miss ISOPADEC celebrates with mothers – Doles out wrappers to indigent mothers

Miss ISOPADEC, Queen Chukwulebe Chidinma in fulfillment of her burning desire to use her God-given resources to touch on lives positively marked the just concluded annual Mother’s Sunday in a special way. The pretty queen, who celebrated in her parish, St. Paul’s Nekede, was given a rousing welcome by the women of the parish. In her speech, the celebrity thanked God who gave her golden opportunity to serve humanity in the capacity of a queen. She disclosed that women of the parish were instrumental to her recognition as a queen through their prayers and support and promised never to extinguish…

St Micheal’s Parish Umuguma Raises fund for Parish Projects

It was a joyous day for all Christian mothers especially the Catholic Women Organization of St Michael’s Parish Umuguma as they marked the 2014 Mother’s Day Celebration. The ceremony which stated with a Holy Mass presided by Rev. Fr. Justin Mbonu and assisted by Fr. Henry Nwanguma attracted friends and well wishers of the CWO from and around Umuguma community. Delivering the Homily, Fr. Nwanguma reminded Christians that God sees and places more emphasis on the unseen. He urged Christians not to concentrate on the seen. Furthermore, the clergyman condemned the craze by people for material things and eye-service. Reflecting…