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Religion / Re: A Thread For Catholics by bluerange(f): 3:54am On Dec 31, 2021
Rich4god:


Wow... Been s while. How have you been.

Good! Really been away from Nairaland for a long while, so much going on offline but in all I give thanks to God.
Religion / Re: A Thread For Catholics by bluerange(f): 9:53pm On Dec 28, 2021
SalC:
What a year!
Longest time.

Longest time indeed! Compliment of the season.
Religion / Re: A Thread For Catholics by bluerange(f): 7:04pm On Dec 28, 2021
jnrbayano:
Hello everyone
Hello!
Religion / Re: A Thread For Catholics by bluerange(f): 7:55am On Dec 05, 2017
babestell:


HI Sister

Reading ages. What's up with you? Are you coming for xmas

Am good. Not coming down for Xmas because am presently in Lagos and leaving this weekend as I came down to pick up some stuff.

If you were at the Marian shrine in Maryland last Sunday, na me the Priest use do small comedy when giving his thanks to those participating in the Novena. cheesy
Religion / Re: A Thread For Catholics by bluerange(f): 7:38am On Dec 05, 2017
SalC:


Wow it's great hearing from you after close to two years.

Today is the first Sunday of advent. Really this liturgical year will make so much sense.

Welcome sis!!! cheesy

Thank you.
Religion / Re: A Thread For Catholics by bluerange(f): 11:39am On Dec 03, 2017
Good morning all. It's been ages! cheesy

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Business / Re: How To Make $1,000/month Writing And Researching Online by bluerange(f): 8:50am On Mar 23, 2016
EXICON:

I have.
U can reach me on exicon937@gmail.com

Sent you a mail.
Business / Re: How To Make $1,000/month Writing And Researching Online by bluerange(f): 4:46am On Mar 23, 2016
EXICON:
hello house,

Well done for the job well done.
I have a client on freelancer who can only pay through skrill.com
He doesnot use paypal nor payoneer. Is it advisable to go ahead with him, though he has sent a few $$.
can skrill money be withdrawn in nigeria?
Thanks for your anticipated response.

If you have skrill money do let me know, so l can buy from you.
Religion / Re: A Thread For Catholics by bluerange(f): 7:08pm On Mar 10, 2016
@Syncan, thank you for the heart-felt prayers.

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Religion / Re: A Thread For Catholics by bluerange(f): 7:29pm On Mar 06, 2016
SalC, so you are also a March baby like me! cheesy May your life be a light that will inspire others to seek good, You are a soldier of Christ and as you defend the Faith, Christ defends you from heirs of darkness.....Happy Birthday!

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Religion / Re: A Thread For Catholics by bluerange(f): 7:57am On Feb 13, 2016
Rich4god:
Finish your meals...

I really like that part...

I learnt that during my aspirancy days! Wasting of meals is not looked kindly upon.
Religion / Re: A Thread For Catholics by bluerange(f): 7:55am On Feb 13, 2016
Good Morning brethren, it has really been a while! wink
Religion / Re: A Thread For Catholics by bluerange(f): 7:22pm On Nov 29, 2015
More.

Last Picture - Kenyan President and his wife, a Catholic couple.

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Religion / Re: A Thread For Catholics by bluerange(f): 7:06pm On Nov 29, 2015
A new liturgical year begins.

The Pope's visit was inspiring. Sharing some pictures.

Picture One - Pope Francis arriving the grounds of University of Nairobi.

Picture Two - Pope Francis and Sister Ida (she sew the Pope's vestments for Masses in Kenya)...am still a toddler beside these two! cheesy cheesy cheesy

Picture Three- Some of the Priests. On Kenya's social media, many were joking that this is one of the reasons there is scarcity of husbands! cheesy

Picture Four. During the Mass celebration at the University of Nairobi grounds.

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Religion / Re: A Thread For Catholics by bluerange(f): 5:38pm On Nov 02, 2015
Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon them. May the souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.
Religion / Re: Today The Mother Church Celebrates "ALL SAINTS" Happy Feast Day To Catholics by bluerange(f): 1:49pm On Nov 01, 2015
Happy All Saints' day.
Religion / Re: A Thread For Catholics by bluerange(f): 1:47pm On Nov 01, 2015
Happy birthday kamsified! Being born on this day makes you really special! cheesy
Religion / Re: A Thread For Catholics by bluerange(f): 7:56am On Oct 10, 2015
SalC:
I plead the blood of Christ and divine healing upon the sick ones through Christ our Lord

Amen.
Religion / Re: A Thread For Catholics by bluerange(f): 9:28pm On Oct 09, 2015
Rich4god:
Thats good to hear... Seems like Nigerians are all over Africa with a reasonable size in population
If their Italo and co never begin to bear sir.... How much we the lay readers... cheesy

Lay readers? cheesy cheesy cheesy It is all about time. There was a seminarian who worked in our Parish till Oct 2014 but between then and now, he has been ordained a Deacon, l began addressing him as Reverend and 2 weeks ago, ordained a Priest, l have re-shaped my mouth and now address him as Father! cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy
Religion / Re: A Thread For Catholics by bluerange(f): 9:10pm On Oct 09, 2015
Rich4god:
lol... Good evening... Abeg, make you help me comot that "sir" before Italo/syncan/Ubenedictus go come arrest me... grin grin

How is East Africa....

Life is good as l am very much at home here. Lots of Nigerians here, so one gets to mix with them very often. And why should l remove the 'sir'?
Religion / Re: A Thread For Catholics by bluerange(f): 8:45pm On Oct 09, 2015
@Rich4god, I sight you, Good evening Sir! cheesy
Religion / Re: A Thread For Catholics by bluerange(f): 7:50pm On Oct 09, 2015
Praise be to Jesus.

As we journey through this month with the re-assuring maternal presence of Our Lady, May all we seek through her intercession bring us the blessings we seek and also strengthen us on our journey with the Church illuminating our paths to eternal life. Amen.

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Religion / Re: A Thread For Catholics by bluerange(f): 8:54pm On Aug 16, 2015
SalC:
Yeah that must be why he was surprised

10.53p.m here, turning in for the day. Do have a good night rest when you. Kachifo.
Religion / Re: A Thread For Catholics by bluerange(f): 8:29pm On Aug 16, 2015
SalC:
Ah, may God keep him safe.

Lol why are you whining him nah? I believe he was expecting to her that from you grin


He never knew my Nationality till l spoke igbo! grin He studied Mechanical Engineering at Nnamdi Azikwe University, Awka before his vocation into the Priesthood.
Religion / Re: A Thread For Catholics by bluerange(f): 8:15pm On Aug 16, 2015
SalC:
E speaki lekwe grin

Is that not from Nkoli Nwa Nsukka movie! grin
Religion / Re: A Thread For Catholics by bluerange(f): 8:13pm On Aug 16, 2015
SalC:
Nice to know am not alone on this.

Did you by any chance meet languageso again? Wonder why he no longer come around.

Met him last year at the Holy Family Basilica here in Nairobi, l think he relocated to either Spain/Germany. I did meet a Nigerian Priest (from Anambra State) at the Vincentian Prayer House here in Nairobi, it happened we were driving past the Prayer House in the evening and Mass was on-going, the Priest was saying somethings in Pidgin English and that caught my attention...so told the Sister who was driving to drop me so l could go join the Mass. Father was narrating some of his experience during his seminary days in Nigeria (He is a Missionary of St. Patrick Priest). After Mass, l went to greet him and we were communicating in English, on our parting, l said 'Father, kodi zia' and he screamed! grin

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Religion / Re: A Thread For Catholics by bluerange(f): 7:39pm On Aug 16, 2015
SalC:
Good and yes the likes of Citizen TV air Nigerian movies often. Good to know you are in touch with igbos out there, makes you feel better.

Btw you are still owing me a visit to Nigeria grin

Just like l am owing my 2 baby nephews a visit, only seen their pictures but never touched them! grin
Religion / Re: A Thread For Catholics by bluerange(f): 7:27pm On Aug 16, 2015
SalC:
Lol somewhat funny, do you sometimes feel the fact that you live away from an igbo speaking dominated environ?

l don't feel it because on Kenya TV stations, Nigerian movies are always aired and most of these movies have igbo settings, likewise l get to watch AfricaMagic Igbo on DSTV likewise the Yoruba Channel. Even outside the Religious circle, there are lots of igbos here who am in constant touch with. Nigerian movies and music have a very strong hold here, so one would always feel at home.
Religion / Re: A Thread For Catholics by bluerange(f): 7:04pm On Aug 16, 2015
SalC:
I see, I just noticed another thing coincidentally. grin

Am fine and you? How is life and work in God's vineyard?

Am good. We do have many Nigerian Priests and Sisters here on Study and Mission, so we get to see each other more often.You will also have someone to call up to speak Igbo! grin
Religion / Re: A Thread For Catholics by bluerange(f): 6:39pm On Aug 16, 2015
SalC:
Yes o, I called her out and she came right away!

You will live long o grin

lt was a co-incidence! grin l made up my mind after Mass that l must visit Nairaland today as it has been a while. So how has it been with you?
Religion / Re: A Thread For Catholics by bluerange(f): 6:25pm On Aug 16, 2015
Good evening all, it is has been a while! grin
Religion / Re: A Thread For Catholics by bluerange(f): 3:30pm On Jul 12, 2015
Kamsified:


Eiyaa that sounds like u'll know the area very well. is your family still there?


Nice to see u here again. U just disappeared on us since lipsrsealed




l know Ojota very well as we were all born and raised there though none of us of is still living there but we have still have our properties there. Growing up there was sweet as we grew up with lots of igbo families around us . Eucharia Anunobi's family lived four houses away from us and my mum used to send us to go pluck fresh curry and nchanwu from their compound, can't forget that their black dog called Jalingo, the dog's past-time was chasing children. It died when l was in Primary 5 and kids were very happy! Ironically, l know love dogs as l will always look forward to bathing our dogs every Saturdaycheesy cheesy cheesy

As per disappearing... so much activities but indoors today watching the Wimbledon Finals.

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