The Cross does not explain. If it explains it would not be a cross. The Cross is dark; there is no light at the end of it. It is the end. There is no hope. That is the Cross. The Cross is heavy. The Cross is the last. That is why it is the Cross.Read more about The Cross does not explain[…]
All the world’s television stations have been glued to the Vatican most of Tuesday March 12 and all of Wednesday March 13 until the white smoke started billowing from the Chimney, signalling the end of what everyone had been calling “Chimney Watch”. The record 5,600 journalists who gathered in Rome for the Conclave have beenRead more about The man Pope Francis[…]
The Guardian, Tuesday Nov. 30, 2010. by Emmanuel Badejo (Msgr.), Bishop of Oyo Diocese The fear of moral responsibility for actions and choices made has haunted mankind from the beginning of time. Going by the Bible account, the first recorded encounter between man and God after creation simply describes man’s phobia for bearing that weight.Read more about The condoms on our minds[…]
A message forwarded last night threatened to ruin my sleep. It was a pictorial depiction of alleged cannibalism of an African by some Asians, complete with all details, of both the dismembering, the cooking and the eating. There was the added glee of the alleged perpetrators in the photographs. The mail and photos is oneRead more about Human meat, human soul…[…]
In the wake of the allegations of priestly sexual abuse and the accusations of inaction on the part of Catholic Church authorities, Marcello Pera, Italian philosopher and politician sent this article to the Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera. He was the President of the Italian Senate from 2001 to 2006. In the article published onRead more about Paedophile priests and the Pope[…]
A pagan worships idols and does not believe in God. Nigeria is full of millions of protestant and pentecostal christians, who intersperse any one of their statements with Biblical quotes and (apparent) references to God, yet they are mainly at heart pagan and do not really believe in God.
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No wonder the devil is called “the father of lies”. He tells you that what should be normal is “abnormal” and that you should take a different course in order to be “normal”. But he lies. I use the “devil” loosely, because we learn that all our temptations come from “the devil, the world andRead more about Every temptation is a lie![…]