“Faith is not a ‘lullaby’ that lulls us to sleep, but rather a living flame to keep us wakeful and active even at night,” Pope Francis said.
Adams Malik’s evangelization work across Nigeria has been on an upward trajectory from the time he converted from Islam many years ago. His active participation in the Catholic faith, however, received a major boost when he enrolled for a Master of Science in Religious Education at the School of the Faith and Leadership in the Archdiocese of Benin City.
In his Angelus message this Sunday, Pope Francis offered a reminder that the Lord wants us to seek his presence in the trials and storms of life.
The representative of the Holy Father in Kenya and South Sudan has, on the occasion of the graduation ceremony at the Consolata Institute of Philosophy (CIP) in Nairobi, highlighted the need to integrate faith and science in finding a solutions to human challenges including COVID-19 pandemic.
The only cure for worldliness is faith in Jesus Christ and in his death and resurrection, Pope Francis said at his morning Mass Saturday.
To say you are a Christian while not living like one does not show people the real treasure of the faith – which we have the obligation to share, Pope Francis said at Mass April 25.
As eligible voters in Ghana prepare for the December 7 polls, an alliance of various religious groups in the West African nation has launched a campaign project that will see unemployed youth get jobs to eradicate political vigilantism, a vice that has been blamed on jobless youth in the country.
As the world marvels at Kenya’s Eliud Kipchoge for busting the mythical two-hour barrier and realizing his quest of becoming the first marathoner ever to run the 42-km race in less than two hours, clergy, religious, and laity in his native country are attributing his victory to prayer and faith, describing the unique accomplishment as that of a man of Catholic faith.