Month: September 2017
THE SAVING POWER OF CHANGE! (IT BEGINS WITH YOU) HOMILY FOR THE 26TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (YEAR A) Rev. Fr. Boniface Nkem Anusiem Ph.D.
This story goes back to an unknown Monk who lived around 1110 AD: When I was a young man, I wanted to change the world. I found it is hard to change the world, so I tried to change my nation, but I could not. When I found I couldn’t change my nation, I began […]
THE POWER OF GOD’S WAYS! HOMILY FOR THE 25TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (YEAR A) Rev. Fr. Boniface Nkem Anusiem Ph.D.
There is a way that seems right to a man, but the end of it is destruction (Prov. 14:12). A good number of us would always want things done in their way. In fact, “wanting it in my way” is one of the leading causes of most interpersonal, group, […]
WHY SHOULD I FOR-GIVE? HOMILY FOR THE 24TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (YEAR A). Rev. Fr. Boniface Nkem Anusiem Ph.D.
Once upon a time, two good friends set out on a long journey through the desert. On the way, an argument starts between them. One of them strikes the other in the face, and the one who gets the blow did not retaliate nor curse his friend. Instead, he bends down and writes in the […]
THERE IS NO TRUE RECONCILIATION WITHOUT LOVE. HOMILY FOR THE 23RD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (YEAR A) Rev. Fr. Boniface Nkem Anusiem Ph.D.
People often quarrel because they do not understand each other. Most times, people don’t understand each because they do not connect, though they might be communicating. People do not connect because they do not care and people do not often care because they fail to love and people do not love most times because they […]
THE GREAT HIDDEN BENEFITS OF THE CROSS HOMILY FOR THE 22ND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (YEAR A). Rev. Fr. Boniface Nkem Anusiem Ph.D.
Once upon a time, a man approaches our Lord Jesus Christ with a complaint that his cross is too heavy and troublesome for him. Our Lord responds by taking him to a house full of crosses of different types and shapes. He asks him to drop the cross he was carrying amid the other crosses […]