Rev. Fr. Lucien Ambunga, Catholic Priest and Pastor for the remote rural community of Itipo celebrated his first Sunday (June 10) mass since he returned to his parish on 8 June, after recovering from Ebola. When he was diagnosed with Ebola last month, Father Ambunga was taken to the town of
Finally, in the midst of the so many non-catholic online radio media that have been created in Nigeria, we present to you the second catholic mobile radio to exist in Nigeria called the "CATHOLIC MOBILE RADIO". Our mission is to continue to propagate the catholic faith through catholic hymns and music, catholic
Meet the young Nigerian boy who saved his little brother from drowning inside a well last week at their home in Ijanikin part of Lagos, Nigeria. . Identified as Akachukwu Francis Eze, the 9-year-old boy made headlines recently when he was reported to have gone inside a well after his 3-year-old brother
The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Nigeria, CBCN, has criticised the “Gender and Equal Opportunities Bill” saying some of its content could “provide an avenue for the legalization of much anti-human life and anti-family activities.” The clerics, in a communique at the end of their conference, also condemned the distribution of condoms
Christians and pornography: the church’s ‘dirty little secret.’ For the past decade, statistics from XXXchurch.com and elsewhere have continually suggested that a huge percentage of Christians and their leaders “struggle” with porn use and addiction. Books have been written, men’s events, accountability groups and entire conferences have even been held
After about five years’ absence due to an alleged misunderstanding which was later described as “political,” the Catholic Church has announced its return to the Christian Association of Nigeria. The return was reportedly perfected on Thursday and Friday in Abuja when a delegation of the Catholic Secretariat of Nigeria, led by
John Cardinal Onaiyekan, former President, Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), has urged citizens to join politics in order to get Nigeria out of its challenges. He spoke in a Homily at the opening plenary of the four-day annual conference of Catholic Bishops Conference of Nigeria (CBCN), currently holding at the St.