The Archbishop of Nigeria’s Abuja Archdiocese has emphasized the need for manifesting love for the needy in society in “concrete ways” in the example of the Good Samaritan.
A Catholic Archbishop in Nigeria has urged the people of God in the country to use their faith in the Jesus present in the Holy Eucharist to address their fears about the power of witchcraft and evil spirits.
Despite “persistent attacks on the Catholic Church”, the people of God in Nigeria need to continue gathering for public worship and speaking out against injustice in the West African nation, a Catholic Archbishop in the country has said.
The Catholic Archbishop of Abuja in Nigeria has said that the people of God today can apply the same approach of dialogue that the early church used in solving issues to address the current challenges that are affecting the institution of the church and society.
The Archbishop of Nigeria’s Catholic Archdiocese of Abuja has called upon the people of God in the West African country to keep struggling for unity and peace despite challenges that originate from biases based on religion, ethnicity, and “other artificial categorizations”.
The Archbishop of the Catholic Archdiocese of Abuja in Nigeria has underscored the value of dialogue as the most appropriate pathway to achieving “justice and fairness to all” in the face of violent conflicts.
The President of the Regional Episcopal Conference of West Africa (RECOWA), the common forum of the Catholic Bishops from 16 West African countries, has called on political leaders in the African region to use their authority to foster good governance, and for the “common good”.
Women need to be involved in the “policy making strategies” about insecurity and other vices that Nigeria is grappling with, a Catholic Archbishop in the West African country has said.
Banditry and other anti-social activities in different parts of Nigeria emanate from cumulative sins committed by citizens of the West African nation despite their religious affiliations, a Catholic Archbishop in the country has said.
The Catholic Archbishop of Nigeria’s Abuja Archdiocese has called upon those in leadership positions in the West African country to embrace humility by giving up “a lot of their excesses” to benefit the needy in society.
At the celebration of Chrism Mass in his Episcopal See Tuesday, April 12, Archbishop Ignatius Ayau Kaigama urged Priests “to preserve the dignity of the priesthood”.
A Catholic Archbishop in Nigeria has decried the fact that the country is witnessing crisis after crisis, the latest that is part of the series of “criminal elements” being last week’s bombing of a train, an incident in which at least nine lives were lost.
The Archbishop of Abuja Archdiocese in Nigeria has told Catholic Priests and other religious leaders to keep off prejudices and narratives that may cause divisions among the people of God in what would turn them “into ethnic champions.”
The people of God in Nigeria can be freed from poverty if political leaders in the West African nation renounce “unfriendly policies” and refrain from “self-serving leadership and sterile political ramblings”, a Catholic Archbishop in the country has said.
A Catholic Archbishop in Nigeria has called for the support of young people in the country who he says are struggling with unemployment and other forms of “social disorder”.
Archbishop Ignatius Ayau Kaigama has said the insensitivity of people of God to evil in Nigeria has heightened corruption to the extent that solutions to most challenges are sought through graft.
Archbishop Ignatius Ayau Kaigama of the Catholic Archdiocese of Abuja in Nigeria has called on religious and political leaders in the West African country to lead with wisdom by working on their own faults before correcting others so as to free themselves from “blind guides.”
The people of God in Nigeria need to embrace forgiveness and dialogue to deal with political tensions that are brewing in the West African nation ahead of 2023 elections, a Catholic Archbishop in the country has said.
The people of God in Nigeria are suffering because of their beliefs of excessive religiousness manifested in their uncharitable treatment of each other and discriminations based on faith, a Catholic Archbishop in the West African country has said.
Insecurity in Nigeria, which is characterized by attacks and other criminal activities, threatens the survival of private universities in the West African nation, a Catholic Archbishop in the country said.