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THE VISITATION OF PEACE FOURTH SUNDAY OF ADVENT REFLECTION Rev. Fr. Boniface Nkem Anusiem Ph.D.

Many odd things in our world today could congregate to frustrate our peace if we allow them. Like the virtue of joy, peace comes from within, and is not dependent on the absence of tribulations. It is possible to have peace even in the face of troubles.

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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…

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LOVE ANSWERS ALL QUESTIONS! Reflection for the 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) Rev. Fr. Bonnie Nkem Anusiem Ph.D.

Is there any beneficial thing you can do without love in this life? If you think deeply about this question, you will discover that life is not possible without love. So, the greatest discovery anyone can make is to obtain…

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THE STORY OF THE BLIND MAN WHO SAW JESUS   30TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (YEAR B) Rev. Fr. Bonnie Nkem Anusiem Ph.D.

  Imagine yourself in a room that is completely dark without the least flicker of light. Then, imagine staying in that room for years, constantly groping in the dark as you navigate your way around to find food and to…

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WIN THROUGH THE TRIALS OF LIFE! Reflection for the 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) Rev. Fr. Bonnie Nkem Anusiem Ph.D.

There are moments in life when we have more questions than answers about the things that confront us. Have you been at that point when certain conflagrating situations force you to ask that depressing question, “who did I offend?” Indeed,…

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THE SECRETS OF DIVINE MULTIPLICATION Reflection for the 17th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B) Rev. Fr. Bonnie Nkem Anusiem Ph.D.

Once upon a time, a beggar comes to a certain monastery every week to beg for leftover food. Each time, the monk at the gate would joyfully welcome him and give him something to eat. Unknown to the beggar however,…

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THE “AMAZIAH” SYNDROME VS. THE “AMOS” MANDATE! Reflection for the 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B)

One thing that all politicians have in common is the intense desire for supporters. In fact, supporters keep them in the political game, which explains why most people who aspire to leadership positions spend resources lobbying for supporters and retaining…

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CONQUERING THE “NAZARETH” MENTALITY! HOMILY FOR THE 14TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (YEAR B) Rev. Fr. Bonnie Nkem Anusiem Ph.D.

Every town, community, or nation has good and not-so-good parts. There are the rich and poor areas, as well as the well-known and the highly insignificant places. If you can think about any small town you know that has no…

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“DO NOT LET YOUR HEARTS BE TROUBLED!” HOMILY FOR THE 5TH SUNDAY OF EASTER Rev. Fr. Boniface Nkem Anusiem Ph.D.

One of the pieces of advice young people get from their parents, teachers, and other people who play protective roles in their lives is: “stay out of trouble.” It could be possible to stay out of trouble in the sense…

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GOD HAS GOT YOUR BACK! HOMILY FOR THE 4TH SUNDAY OF EASTER (YEAR A) Rev. Fr. Boniface Nkem Anusiem Ph.D.

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