Tag Archives: Catholics

Akwa Ibom CAN accused Nigeria FG on incessant killings

For the recent killings that has happened in Nigeria this few weeks and has resulted to the killing of Catholic priests during Mass, the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Akwa Ibom State chapter under the chairmanship of Rev. Dr Ndueso Ekwere has expressed their dissatisfaction in the way the  Federal Government of Nigeria is handling… Read More »

How a Church in Ukraine has Survived for Over 50years in a Desert Town

After many years, a Catholic Church in Centralia of Pennsylvania’s coal-mining mountains, that has existed for centuries, is still existing despite a burning that started around 1962. It happened, 27 May 1962 when fire spread from a surface mine to underground seams, and kept burning. (It’s not known how the fire started, but “the most widely… Read More »

Christianity in Nigeria is 145 years: How it has been!

As reported by Nigerian Tribune. After unsuccessful attempts to penetrate the Nigerian belief system, in 1842, the first (arguably) successful Christian mission expedition anchored in Nigeria’s faith logic. Through challenges with unity and leadership tussles, and commendable attempts to ensure religious harmony, despite Nigeria’s multi-religious nature, as the world begins the celebration of the week of… Read More »