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Christmas ushered in with pensive mood

December 25, 2016 2:42 pm
Christmas ushered in with pensive mood

Pope Francis carries the statue of baby Jesus during a mass on Christmas Eve marking the birth of Jesus Christ on December 24, 2016 at St Peter’s Basilica in Vatican. (Photo by AFP) Christians around the world have celebrated the birth anniversary of Jesus Christ, with a solemn mood presiding […]

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Pope Francis Easter call for peace in Syria, Iraq, Ukraine, Nigeria, Libya, Kenya, Yemen, Sudan and Congo

April 5, 2015 4:53 pm
Pope Francis Easter call for peace in Syria, Iraq, Ukraine, Nigeria, Libya, Kenya, Yemen, Sudan and Congo

Peace is needed and important for growth and development of any country. As a result, Pope Francis has called for peace “above all” in Syria and Iraq during his traditional Easter Sunday message. He urged the international community to address the “immense humanitarian tragedy” in both countries. The Pope also […]

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Good Friday : Pope Francis washed and kissed prisoner’s feet at Rebibbia prison in Rome

April 3, 2015 1:22 pm
Good Friday : Pope Francis washed and kissed prisoner’s feet at Rebibbia prison in Rome

Pope Francis washed and kissed prisoner’s feet at Rebibbia prison in Rome yesterday April 2nd after holding a Holy Thursday Mass of the Last Supper for inmates. The pontiff knelt over a basin to clean the feet of 12 prisoners – mimicking Jesus’ washing of his apostles’ feet on the […]

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Pope Francis sends warm letter to Bishops and priests of Nigeria and Nigerians

March 18, 2015 12:55 pm
Pope Francis sends warm letter to Bishops and priests of Nigeria and Nigerians

Pope Francis sent out a warm letter to Nigerians & Nigerian priest yesterday March 17th encouraging everyone in the face of the various Boko Haram attacks. The Pope’s letter below… To the Bishops of Nigeria Dear Brother Bishops, While we walk this Lenten journey towards the Resurrection of the Lord […]

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Luxurious Five Nigerian Pastors Make The List Of Top 10 Richest Pastors In The World

March 3, 2015 8:08 am
Luxurious Five Nigerian Pastors Make The List Of Top 10 Richest Pastors In The World

  You got to be kidding me, amazing 5 out of 10 from one country? Oh God must be a Nigerian. Bravo! So here’s how www.richestlifestyle.com reports it. And according to the list, Bishop Oyedepo is the richest Pastor in the world followed by Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, while T.B Joshua, […]

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Pope Francis expressed “profound sadness” at Isis beheading of Coptic Christian hostages

February 17, 2015 8:45 am
Pope Francis expressed “profound sadness”  at Isis beheading of Coptic Christian hostages

Pope Francis has expressed “profound sadness” over the beheading of 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians by Islamic militants in Libya, saying they had been killed for their faith. “They were executed for nothing more than the fact that they were Christians,” Francis said in impromptu remarks in his native Spanish following […]

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Prince Charles express fears of few Christians in the Middle East

February 9, 2015 4:33 am
Prince Charles express fears of few Christians in the Middle East

Prince Charles says he fears there will be “very, very few” Christians left in the Middle East after the turmoil racking the region. The Prince, who is on a trip to the area, said the plight of Christians persecuted by Islamic extremists was “a most agonising situation” though they were […]

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Spanish Catholic Priests Charged Over Child Sex Abuse

January 29, 2015 2:39 am
Spanish Catholic Priests Charged Over Child Sex Abuse

Ten Catholic priests and two church lay workers in the southern Spanish city of Granada have been charged with child sexual abuse, in a case brought after Pope Francis corresponded with one of the victims, court documents showed. According to the indictment filed on Tuesday, the 12 are suspected of […]

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Top 4 Trending Sexual Sins Every Christian Should Avoid

January 25, 2015 3:26 pm
Top 4 Trending Sexual Sins Every Christian Should Avoid

For instance, it was observed by one old timer that in praying for the sick, individuals who had been unfaithful in their marriage and had not repented, but who nevertheless sought healing, had been rebuked sternly by the Spirit of God. Back then they understood that only deep repentance and […]

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Walking in the light of God

July 1, 2013 1:17 pm
Walking in the light of God

It is God’s plan for us to become more like Jesus Christ and to follow His example. Walking in the light therefore is to consider Jesus as “the Light” in the world and for us to walk in the light. This is really absolutely possible when we choose to follow […]

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