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Monthly Archives: March 2018


THE EXPLICATIONS AND IMPLICATIONS OF THE RESURRECTION OF JESUS CHRIST REFLECTION FOR EASTER SUNDAY (YEAR B) Boniface Nkem Anusiem PhD

He is Lord, He is Lord! He is risen from the dead and he is Lord! Every knee shall bow, every tongue confess That Jesus Christ is Lord. He is King, he is King! He will draw all nations to…

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THE MEANING AND MESSAGE OF GOOD FRIDAY : A REFLECTION FOR THE GOOD FRIDAY. Rev. Fr. Boniface Nkem Anusiem PhD

What is “good” about this Friday? Could it be the joy of those who accused him wrongly, the pain of the scourging and crowning with thorns or the authority of Pilate who condemned him and ordered his crucifixion on the…

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RE-LIVING THE POWER OF THE PASSION HOMILY FOR THE PALM SUNDAY (YEAR B) Fr. Boniface Nkem Anusiem Ph.D.

  As a child, one of the scariest places I dreaded to go with my parents when I become ill was the hospital. The phobia was not because of the smell of different kinds of medications nor the morgue which…

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THE SEARCH FOR JESUS IN OUR HEARTS HOMILY FOR THE FIFTH SUNDAY OF LENT (YEAR B) Rev. Fr. Boniface Nkem Anusiem Ph.D.

One problem with most Christians is the senseless search for God in different churches, prayer houses and among self-made “men and women” of God. These “wonder-workers” end up draining them financially and giving them false hope for riches and wealth;…

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OUR SIN-FULLNESS AND GOD’S MERCY-FULL LOVE HOMILY FOR THE 4TH SUNDAY OF LENT (YEAR B) Rev. Fr. Boniface Nkem Anusiem Ph.D.

In a particular diocese, the bishop gets a report about a visionary who was attracting a lot of attention following her claim of receiving messages directly from our Lord Jesus Christ. After receiving a number seemingly credible and incredible reports,…

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“TAKE THESE THINGS OUT OF HERE!” REMOVING OUR MARKETPLACE MENTALITY FROM THE HOUSE OF GOD. HOMILY FOR THE 3RD SUNDAY OF LENT (YEAR B) Rev. Fr. Boniface Nkem Anusiem Ph.D.

As a child, I once listened to a priest tell a story about what happened to one woman in an open market. It was on a First Saturday of the month when Catholic Mothers in Nigeria usually attend a special…

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