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Hundred years of Catholicism in eastern Nigeria, 1885-1985

Emefie Ikenga Metuh

Hundred years of Catholicism in eastern Nigeria, 1885-1985

the Nnewi story : a historico-missiological analysis

by Emefie Ikenga Metuh

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Published by Asele Institute in Nimo, Anambra State, Nigeria .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nnewi (Nigeria),
  • Nigeria
    • Subjects:
    • Catholic Church -- Nigeria -- Nnewi -- History.,
    • Catholic Church -- Missions -- Nigeria -- History.,
    • Nnewi (Nigeria) -- Church history.,
    • Nigeria -- Church history.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 195-198.

      Statementby Emefie Ikenga-Metuh and Christopher I. Ejizu.
      ContributionsEjizu, Christopher I.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBX1682.N5 M48 1985
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxix, 205 p. :
      Number of Pages205
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2303971M
      LC Control Number86178590

      Oswald Waller, the only survivor of the Hundred years of Catholicism in eastern Nigeria group, was appointed Prefect Apostolic superior by Rome. The OP cannot do without worshiping like a sheep,always willing to follow and worship his masters. The Greek and Roman paganism had been completely replaced by Christianity around the 4th and 5th centuries, since it became the official State religion following the baptism of emperor Constantine I. We note with pride that the Church in the Onitsha Archdiocese and the Eastern Nigeria has remained faithful to its principal role: saving souls by reconciling man with his creator through preaching and practising the Good News.

      Their journey from Lokoja to Ibi, then to Amar and back again to Ibi took 28 days in narrow canoes at a speed of three miles an hour! The Spiritan priests from Canada mainly from around the Hundred years of Catholicism in eastern Nigeria, Quebec region continued as missionaries there and in the neighboring diocese of Lokoja in the s, building ecclesiastical structures and institutions. Anthony Eseke, was ordained in his patrimonial home of Enugu-Ukwu, Anambra State later that month to the sacred priesthood. Cermenati had visited the Shendam men in and also in It would be before the first marriage received a church blessing. The philosophy and science of Classical Greece was largely forgotten in Europe after the collapse of the Western Roman Empire, other than in isolated monastic enclaves notably in Ireland, which had become Christian but was never conquered by Rome.

      In the history of the Catholic Church in Northern Nigeria Shendam can be seen as the mustard seed of the Scriptures which is the smallest seed of all seeds when sown but grows into the biggest shrub of all Mark Missionaries of Asian 1885-1985 book religions moved into Europe, the Americas, and Australia. The Imperial cult was inseparable from that of Rome's official deities, whose cult was essential to Rome's survival and whose neglect was therefore treasonous. Literacy became almost universal, encouraging the growth of books, magazines and newspapers. Since the midth century many Roman Catholics and Protestants have moved toward inclusivism—the view that, although salvation is by definition Christian, brought about by the atoning work of Christ, it is nevertheless available in principle to all human beings, whether Christian or not.


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Hundred years of Catholicism in eastern Nigeria, 1885-1985 by Emefie Ikenga Metuh Download PDF Ebook

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Prior to Obot's arrival two Nigerian priests, later bishops, John Cross Anyogu and Anthony Nwedo, were active in the area as missionaries in the 1885-1985 book and s. Alexander the Great While the concept of a "West" did not exist until the emergence of the Roman Republic, the roots of the concept can be traced back to Ancient Greece.

We also note with delight that the Catholic Church has demonstrated great keenness on the development of higher education, particularly since the liberalization of the ownership and management of tertiary institutions in Nigeria.

His prefecture covered an area ofsq km approximately with just two mission stations: Shendam and Demshin! These new parishes- and quasi-parishes, and educational institution chaplaincies. Up tomany of the schools in various places in the Southeast were either established or managed by the Church.

This happened on 12th February and so 12th February will be a wonderful day for all the Catholics of Northern Nigeria. History[ edit ] The mission was elevated to the status of an Apostolic prefecture of Idah on September 26,on territory split off from the Roman Catholic Diocese of Lokoja.

Meanwhile, as the study of religion emerged as an academic disciplinescholarship on non-Christian and non-Western religious traditions developed. Christian exposure to Asian religions also was delayed. In this huge region was divided into the prefectures of Jos and Kaduna with Monsignors William Lumley and Thomas Hughes respectively heading them.

This private initiative has always been moderated and modulated by the parish authorities and community. Upon learning about enlightened views, some rulers met with intellectuals and tried to apply their reforms, such as allowing for toleration, or accepting multiple religions, in what became known as enlightened absolutism.

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This included the emergence of modern scienceduring which developments in mathematicsphysicsastronomybiology including human anatomy and chemistry transformed views of society and nature.

Christianity faced greater challenges when it encountered Islam and the religions of East Asia. The Lord your God will raise up for you a prophet like me from among you, from your brethren—him you shall heed" Deut.

The Bible indicates that they are aware of our prayers, that they intercede for us, and that their prayers are effective else they would not be offered. Sp] a. Of course, we should pray directly to Christ with every pressing need we have cf. The Igbos 1885-1985 book been observed to have Hundred years of Catholicism in eastern Nigeria certain genius which is not common.

The Yoruba and Hausa peoples are the Hundred years of Catholicism in eastern Nigeria big nations that are in Nigeria. During the Reformation and Enlightenment, the ideas of civil rightsequality before the lawprocedural justiceand democracy as the ideal form of society began to be institutionalized as principles forming the basis of modern Western culture, particularly in Protestant regions.

And during the Nigeria-Biafra War, in which the Igbos as the Biafrans tried to protest against genocide by attempting to secede from Nigeria, they achieved unimaginable feats; scientific and otherwise. The firsts to be so ordained to the sacred priesthood were Frs.Christianity - Christianity - Christianity and world religions: The global spread of Christianity through the activity of European and American churches in the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries brought it into contact with all other existing religions.

Meanwhile, since the beginning of the 19th century, the close connection between Christian world missions and political, economic, technical, and. Okwuegbue, Peter Akpogbue A Hundred Years of Catholicism in Eastern Nigeria, The Nnewi Story.

Nimo: Asele Inst, Imokhai, C. A. “The Evolution of the Catholic Church in Nigeria” A. O. Makozi and G. F. Afolabi Ojo (eds.).

The History of the Catholic Church in Nigeria. Many historians believe that the first one hundred years of Muslim conquest were imperialist and colonialist only with little significant forced conversion content.

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CE: Pope Gregory I initiates his papacy, during which the Catholic Church engages in widespread efforts to convert pagan peoples to Catholicism.