The Role of Women in Character Development for Nation Building

By Sr Veronica Edivri  Parental care and guidance have been fundamental to child upbringing; children are the joys of life as well as a source of pride, seeds of “arrogance,” cause of distress, and allurement,  and as parents, we are responsible for the right information about their personality.   The impact of parents on their children […]


by Christian Bernard, FRC  Our vision of the world is very often communitarian and too narrow. We call ourselves Europeans, Africans, Americans, Asians, etc., while we are all members of the same humanity. This notion of humanity has always been an abstract concept. According to history, it is referred to as the gathering of all […]

Ye Are Gods

By FRATER (CHIEF), SD EKE-SPIFF  ‘Ye’ or ‘You’, a word used not in the singular but connotes All, referring to all human beings, without exception. The phrase, ‘Are Gods’, denotes common inherent attributes as those qualities ascribed to God but expressed in diverse ways by humans. That is to say, human beings have certain qualities […]

Thoughts Have Wings

by Sr. Roselinda Dafikpaku. Thought is the product of thinking. Thought means, according to the Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English: To have an idea, an opinion or belief about someone or place or something in mind. On the other hand, to think is to use the mind to solve something or decide something. Thoughts are […]

Mindfulness and Self-Awareness in the Digital Age

In today’s fast-paced digital world, it can be easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of our daily lives. From constant notifications and alerts to the pressure of staying connected and keeping up with the latest trends, it’s no wonder that many of us feel overwhelmed, stressed, and disconnected from ourselves. However, […]

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