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Celebrating the 2018 World Communications Day – The Pope Speaks

  On this Sunday,(May 13), all roads will lead to the popular Maria Assumpta Cathedral where all the media workers from across the State and...

Owerri Archdiocesan Day Celebration/Odenigbo Lecture Series, 22 years after

Next, Saturday, the 2nd day of September 2017, all Christ faithful in the Catholic Archdiocese of Owerri will in joyful reunion with their sons,...

Praying for a better future at this New Year

Today human race joins the company of angels and saints in stepping boldly into the year 2017 amidst confusion issuing from a troubled world...

Silver Jubilee: Ngor-Okpala celebrates Fr. George Nwachukwu

It is usually said that a prophet is not known in his home town. But  the veracity  of  that expression was lacking  when the...

Leadership is for service, not intimidation – Fr Ralph Madu

…As Fr George Nwachukwu celebrates silver jubilee When, on being sworn-in, late President Umaru Musa Yar'adua stated that he was going to adopt a servant...

How best do we celebrate this Valentine Day?

Today we commemorate the Christian festival of love otherwise known as Valentine or Lover's Day. This is a purely Christian celebration which the Western...

Celebrating Ash Wednesday And Lent In A Troubled Nigeria

This coming Wednesday, the Church allover the world, Catholics and non-Catholics alike celebrates the peculiar feast of Ashes. This day has popularly been labeled“Ash...

Jubilee Year Of Mercy: A Call To Every Nigeria Christian

Today the Jubilee Year of Mercy announced by His Holiness Pope Francis begins in our Archdiocese and other Catholic Dioceses in Nigeria. The solemn...

Advent: An Opportune Moment for Self Examination

The term Advent came from the Latin word Adentus meaning A COMING which is the actual translation of the Greek word' parousia. To talk...

A meditation on the meaning of Christmas

Christmas is a Christian celebration; it is the commemoration of the birth of Jesus Christ.  Etymologically the name “Christmas” came from the old English;...
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