The Beauty of Virtue

Wisdom 4:1-3, 10-15 It is better to have virtue, even if it means having no children. Your virtue will be recognized by other people and by God, and you will be remembered for it forever. 2 Virtue provides an example for people to follow; when it is not there, they miss it. It has always … [Read more…]

Value of Wisdom

The year draws to an end and marks the beginning of another year, and we take stocks and search for answers, hindsight, insight and foresight, for the year that has just ended and a guide to the year before us. Yes we need guidance; we need direction; we need wisdom; Yes! we need God. As … [Read more…]

Let the Atheist Say…

It is a disability of some sort to be blind, but it is obviously sadistic for the blind to be allowed to lead. And let the atheist say… that there is no God… because they are blind to the fact, but it is certainly cruel for them to be allowed to guide others in such … [Read more…]

Misinterpretation of God’s Will

Genesis 3:4-5 4The snake replied, “That’s not true; you will not die. 5God said that, because he knows that when you eat it you will be like God and know what is good and what is bad.” One of the greatest problems the church faces can be regarded as the continuous “misinterpretation of the word … [Read more…]

Holy Week Reflections

REFLECTIONS FOR THE HOLY WEEK      by Rev. Fr. Nonso Onyemeh, OVM MONDAY Is 42, 1-7 Jn 12, 1-11 The reading from the prophet Isaiah speaks to us about the anointed servant of God chosen, called and sent to bring justice to the face of the earth and to be light to the nations, sight … [Read more…]