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Christmas Carols as pivot of unity among Christians

by Christiana Gokyo, Jos The Executive Secretary of the Nigerian Christian Pilgrim Commission, Rev.  Yakubu Pam, has asserted that Christmas Carols help to unite and build Christian faith, beyond the crisis faced in the country, there can be unity amongst Christians.” Rev.  Yakubu noted this, while playing host to the Organizing Committee of the 2021

2020 Christian Pilgrimage Flags-off in Plateau

by Christiana Gokyo, Jos These are the first batch of the Christian Pilgrims to Jordan at Yakubu Gowon Airport, Heipang, near Jos, during the flagging-off. About 2,500 Christians in Nigeria are to perform the 2020 Christian Pilgrimage, which was not performed last year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Secretary of the Christian Pilgrims Commission

Papal Nuncio installs Bishop of Lafia Diocese

by Christiana Gokyo, Jos Antonio Fillipazzi (left) and Revd David Ajang Newly elected Bishop of Lafia Diocese, Most Revd David Ajang, has been officially installed by Papal Nuncio, Most Revd Antonio Fillipazzi, who performed the ordination in line with the tradition and protocols of the Catholic Church.

Catholic Diocese of Lafia elects Newly Bishop

by Christiana Gokyo, Jos Msgnr David Ajang The newly elected Catholic Bishop of Lafia Diocese, Msgnr David Ajang, has been charged to continue to serve God, humanity and declare His salvation to the world without fear or hesitation. Governor Simon Lalong was speaking at a send-forth Mass organised for the Bishop-elect by his parishioners, at the

Plateau commemorates its 3rd Day of Forgiveness, Reconciliation in prayers

…Inter-Denominational Prayers highlight the dare need for forgiveness. by Christiana Gokyo, Jos The Catholic Archbishop of Jos, His Grace, Most Revd Matthew Ishaya Audu, has observed that, the failure of individuals and communities to forgive one another increases the burden of strife, bitterness, anger and violence, which ultimately provides the ready flame for crises. He said Christ

Catholic Diocese of Yola inaugurates Pastoral Council – Bishop Mamza

by Christiana Gokyo, Jos Bishop Dami Mamza The Catholic Bishop of Yola Diocese, Most Rev. Dami Mamza, has inaugurated new members of Yola Diocesan Pastoral Council and charged them to be committed by carrying out activities that will make the church in Yola grow from strength-to-strength. He gave the charge on Sunday, while inaugurating

2021: Over 35 Churches end one week prayers in Kaduna

…Prayers offered against insecurity, corrupt leaders. by Achadu Gabriel, Kaduna Church members from over 35 different Church denominations, including their leaders, on Sunday, committed 2021 New Year into the hands of the Lord in prayers in large congregation at St. Joseph’s Catholic Cathedral Kaduna, and asked God to take total control. The last Sunday prayer session marked end of

BSN, CAN holds Universal week of prayers in Kaduna

…Asked God to give Nigeria good leaders; …To unite Southern/Northern Christians.  by Achadu Gabriel, Kaduna The Bible Society of Nigeria (BSN) principal auxiliary and Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) central zone organized what it termed as universal week of prayers program. The unique church program, which involved members of all Christian denominations in the zone, engaged in rigorous spiritual