PETER OBI, PARTY DELEGATES AND THE DOLLARIZATION OF THE PDP PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARIES (Naked Truth Series: CXXXIV)

In a sick country, every step to health is an insult to those who live on its sickness – Bernard Malamud Stupidity (insanity) is doing the same thing repeatedly while expecting a different result each time – Anonymous Politics in Nigeria has been highly monetized to a point where I strongly doubt if those who … Continue reading PETER OBI, PARTY DELEGATES AND THE DOLLARIZATION OF THE PDP PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARIES (Naked Truth Series: CXXXIV)

LENTEN MESSAGE FOR 2017: FROM RENEWED INTERIOR LIFE TO LOVING BEYOND BORDERS

Most Rev. Ignatius A. Kaigama, Archbishop of Jos. The period of Lent provides us an excellent opportunity once again to deepen our interior life, to do more good works, to seek forgiveness from God and to try to heal broken relationships. During this season, scripture readings remind us that those who return to the Lord even … Continue reading LENTEN MESSAGE FOR 2017: FROM RENEWED INTERIOR LIFE TO LOVING BEYOND BORDERS

ENOUGH OF THE GRUESOME AND UNWARRANTED KILLINGS OF CHRISTIANS IN NIGERIA

In a country which promotes constitutional democracy, where the fundamental human rights of each citizen is expected to be protected; where there is freedom of religion of individual choice; where every other existing or instituted laws are subordinate to the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria; where no religion or region is more important … Continue reading ENOUGH OF THE GRUESOME AND UNWARRANTED KILLINGS OF CHRISTIANS IN NIGERIA

RELIGIOUS BIGOTRY AND DRUMBEAT OF CORRUPTION (Naked Truth Series: CXXXIII)

…religion is more dangerous than nuclear weapons and had killed more people than died in Hiroshima and Nagasaki when America dropped the bomb – Dele Sobowale (2016) All religion must be tolerated for everyone must get to heaven his own way – Fredrick the Great (1712 - 1786) The assertion made by Karl Marx that … Continue reading RELIGIOUS BIGOTRY AND DRUMBEAT OF CORRUPTION (Naked Truth Series: CXXXIII)

THE SCAM OF ONE NIGERIA AND DANGEROUS POLITICAL GAMBLE OF GOODLUCK AND EMEFIELE(Naked Truth Series: CXXXII)

I am surprise that Godwin Emefiele, who I believe understands the sensitive nature of the present office he is occupying as the Governor of CBN will allow himself to be dragged into such infamous political project. I don’t think he has any outstanding performance record to present as the CBN Governor that should deceive him into believing that Nigerians love him so much and will love to vote for him as their next president...

A COMMUNIQUÉ ISSUED AT THE END OF THE SECOND PLENARY MEETING OF THE CATHOLIC BISHOPS’ CONFERENCE OF NIGERIA (CBCN) AT PINNACLE GUEST INN AND RESORT, SOKOTO, SOKOTO STATE, 6-14 SEPTEMBER 2018.

Do not be afraid, do not be discouraged” (Deut 31:8)

How Did the Catholic Church Get Her Name?

Kenneth D. Whitehead The Creed which we recite on Sundays and holy days speaks of one, holy, catholic and apostolic Church. As everybody knows, however, the Church referred to in this Creed is more commonly called just the Catholic Church. It is not , by the way, properly called the Roman Catholic Church, but simply … Continue reading How Did the Catholic Church Get Her Name?

Cardinal Sarah: Communion in the hand part of ‘diabolical attack’ on Eucharist

Cardinal Robert Sarah (CNS) The cardinal called for greater respect for the Blessed Sacrament The widespread practice of Catholics receiving communion in the hand while standing up is part of Satan’s attack on the Church, the head of the Vatican department dealing with liturgy has said. In the preface to a book on the subject, … Continue reading Cardinal Sarah: Communion in the hand part of ‘diabolical attack’ on Eucharist

“…THAT THEY MIGHT HAVE LIFE AND HAVE IT MORE ABUNDANTLY” (JOHN 10:10) A Communiqué issued at the End of the First Plenary Meeting of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Nigeria (CBCN) at the Catholic Secretariat of Nigeria, Durumi, Abuja, 17-23 February 2018

1. PREAMBLE We, the Catholic Bishops of Nigeria, have held our First Plenary Meeting of the year at the Catholic Secretariat of Nigeria, Durumi, Abuja, from 17 to 23 February 2018. Having prayerfully reflected on the ways in which we, as a Church and a Nation, can fully enjoy the fullness of life promised us … Continue reading “…THAT THEY MIGHT HAVE LIFE AND HAVE IT MORE ABUNDANTLY” (JOHN 10:10)
A Communiqué issued at the End of the First Plenary Meeting of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Nigeria (CBCN) at the Catholic Secretariat of Nigeria, Durumi, Abuja, 17-23 February 2018