Month: November 2021
EXPECTANT HOPE IN HOPELESS TIMES REFLECTION FOR THE FIRST SUNDAY OF ADVENT (YEAR C) Rev. Fr. Boniface Nkem Anusiem Ph.D.
The rise and rapid spread of the covid-19 virus was a massive attack on the virtue of hope beyond its siege on health and physical well-being. As a result, we now live in one of the most uncertain periods in our contemporary history. Some of the people we know are no more, and life as […]
THE QUESTION OF THE KINGSHIP OF JESUS CHRIST! REFLECTION FOR THE SOLEMNITY OF CHRIST THE KING Rev. Fr. Boniface Nkem Anusiem Ph.D.
Questions are designed primarily to elicit information or to confirm an existing one. However, questions have the capacity to extract what lies hidden in someone’s mind even when the individual is unwilling to let it out; so, they could be potential traps. Notice that the first-ever question in the Bible was addressed to eve by […]
WHEN THE END FINALLY COMES! REFLECTION FOR THE 33RD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (YEAR B) Rev. Fr. Boniface Nkem Anusiem Ph.D.
Have you ever been on a beautiful vacation? Did you ever go out for an exciting dinner with family and friends or being out to see a blockbuster movie? All these activities share one common phenomenon; they all had an ending point beyond the excitement they created for the recipients while they lasted. The cemetery […]
WHY GIVERS NEVER LACK! Reflection for the 32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) Rev. Fr. Boniface Nkem Anusiem Ph.D.
Life runs in the foreground of giving. If you give it a critical thought, you will discover that nothing happens outside the ambiance of giving. Life itself is God’s gift, including creation and salvation, which is also a gift. God is both a giver and the foundation of giving; in fact, it is in God’s […]