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Catholic Church Adoration Centres should not be used for insensitive utterances- Bishop Kaigama

Catholic Church Adoration Centres should not be used for insensitive utterances- Bishop Kaigama

Metropolitan Catholic Archbishop of Abuja, Ignatius Kaigama, says all approved Catholic Adoration Centres in Nigeria should be for adoring Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament and not places where the faithful were intimidated, manipulated and extorted.

He warned priests not to turn such centres to places where they attempt to create personality cult by careless and insensitive utterances and drama.

Mr Kaigama spoke on Sunday at the feast of Corpus Christi and the Arch Diocesan Eucharistic Congress, held at St. Aloysius Parish in Mpape, Abuja.

Heurged Christians to go beyond religion and tribe to elect credible political leaders in 2023.

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The bishop said Christians were to ensure that they elected leaders who could unite the country beyond the narrow confines of tribe and religion.

He also implored Christians to strengthen their belief in the presence of Jesus in the Eucharist to end the fear of evil in the country.

“When confronted with sickness, childlessness or material deprivation, we should not rush to soothsayers or even to some so-called men of God who may not be any different from deceptive fetish agents,” he added.

He urged Catholics to ensure that after receiving the Eucharist, they should behave like people who had received Christ in them through their actions, words and deeds.

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“Let us become what we receive because for us Catholics, the Eucharist is the world’s greatest medicine.

“It is our most treasured food that enables us to come into union with Christ and with one another.

“Pray and wait patiently and expectantly, but don’t expect instant and dramatic results,” the Bishop said.

He urged Christians to seek for both physical and inner healing to ease their doubts and confirm their faith in the sacrament of the Holy Eucharist. 

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