Monthly Archives: December 2015
To be updated about how your body feeds your mind and vice versa, I implore you to carry out what this article entails as a routine and guide to be aware and reciprocate the inferences on what you’ve discovered after going through it.
Onyeador Anthony with compliments and regards from Uniquely Mustered
Ongoing Investigation on a Host that Bleeds.
Do you believe in the Bread and Chalice turned to the Body and Blood of Christ by a Validly Ordained Priest?
A possible Eucharistic miracle in the diocese of Salt Lake City, Utah is now under investigation.
Last week during Holy Communion at St. Francis Xavier parish in Salt Lake City, a consecrated Host was given to a child who had not yet made his First Communion. The child’s mother informed the priest presiding and returned the Host to him.
The priest, adhering to canon law, then took the consecrated Host and placed it in a container of water to dissolve. Three days later the consecrated Host began to bleed.
As word spread, people quickly began arriving at the parish to adore the Host for a short time. The bleeding Host is now in the possession of diocesan officials who will investigate the possible miracle.
At every Catholic Mass, following the command of Jesus himself, the celebrant raises the host and says, “Take this, all of you…
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Bishop Kukah’s Keynote Address at the Conference on, The Muslim Agenda For Nigeria: Challenges of Development and Good Governance
The Naked Truth of Discourse towards the Unification of Religion and Nation.
How I wish I have a simple word to describe it. But the more I search for words the more steep I enjoy the reeling of the message.
I pray this for any Organized Religion.
Here is a draft text of a Keynote Address at the Conference on, The Muslim Agenda For Nigeria: Challenges of Development and Good Governance, organised by the ISLAMIC WELFARE FOUNDATION at the Fountain University, Osogbo, 22-25th, November 2015, By Bishop Matthew Hassan KUKAH, Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese
Bishop Matthew KUKAH, Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese
First of all, let me thank the organisers of this Conference, the Islamic Welfare Foundation at the Fountain University for inviting me to this Conference in the historic city of Osogbo to deliver the keynote address. I feel quite honoured by this kind invitation. On the surface, one would ask, what has a Catholic Bishop got to offer in a Conference that seeks to chart a way for an Islamic agenda for Nigeria? When we consider that the notion of an Islamic agenda is a loaded theme in the…
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