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Godwin Delali Adadzie is a Christian living in Africa. He is the founder of CATHOOLIC. Most people know him for his work Let’s talk about the Rosary. He can be reached on his Twitter handle @Apologetics.

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Christmas–the Good, the Pretence and the Hypocrisy

December 19, AD 2013 3 Comments
Christmas–the Good, the Pretence and the Hypocrisy

Wow! So Christmas is coming again? Really? Oh No! Not again. Well, at least it is our hope as Christians that the Christ would be celebrated not just for a day but everyday. Christmas – the Good On Christmas not only would we learn about the birth of Jesus Christ, we also are reminded of […]

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What is Hail Mary?

October 23, AD 2013 1 Comment
What is Hail Mary?

Well, Hail Mary is a historical and biblical phrase used by an angel of God to a virgin called Mary. This historic event is so important that the most ancient Christian Church has made it into a prayer to remind her members who are the Body of Christ about what the Yes of a Virgin […]

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10 Quotes about the Rosary

August 29, AD 2013 8 Comments
10 Quotes about the Rosary

I really love everything about the Rosary. It is quite refreshing to read what other giants of the Holy Catholic Faith have to say about this priceless devotion. Quote #1 “The Rosary is the most beautiful and the most rich in graces of all prayers; it is the prayer that touches most the Heart of […]

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The Homosexual Conspiracy

April 11, AD 2013 0 Comments
The Homosexual Conspiracy

One thing that Hollywood is good at is broadcasting falsehood in bits and pieces over a long period of time like a drip being administered to a patient in a hospital. generic viagra It was successful using this strategy for the promotion of “the pills” in the c. 1950s. Hollywood also pushed the sex outside […]

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Be Careful about St. Paul (Part 1)

November 22, AD 2012 5 Comments
Be Careful about St. Paul (Part 1)

The man Saul of Tarsus was once a terrible name to the infant Church of Christ as he was noted to carry out torture and execution at least indirectly to those who believed, preached and lived the Gospel message of Jesus the Christ. One of these persecutions of the Church led to the martyrdom of […]

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The Rosary Explained

October 21, AD 2012 5 Comments
The Rosary Explained

  Many people are wondering why Catholics hold those beads called the Rosary in their hands and what’s the real inspiration behind them. In this little booklet I’ll attempt to give quick answers to some of the questions and doubts often raised by people. Click to Download Your Copy Now (PDF 326.9 KB). Never be […]

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New Catholic Generation

September 27, AD 2012 5 Comments
New Catholic Generation

One of the main reasons why I love the youth, especially Catholic youth, is because I am one. My heart is always on fire to reach out to these youth and teens and share with them their struggles, joy and pains and much more the Gospel of Our Lord Jesus Christ. As I wrote some […]

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Homilies from an African Priest

August 30, AD 2012 1 Comment
Homilies from an African Priest

The famous African bishop, doctor and Father of the Church, Saint Augustine of Hippo, once said, “If you believe what you like in the gospels, and reject what you don’t like, it is not the gospel you believe, but yourself. ” He also said, “I would not believe in the Gospel, had not the authority […]

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Remembering a Hero from Africa

August 2, AD 2012 4 Comments
Remembering a Hero from Africa

Tribute to His Excellency Professor John Evans Atta Mills, former President of the Republic of Ghana in West Africa, a defender of what is true and right, a great Christian who fought the good fight of faith. A man of unquestionable humility and respect. A man of peace (Asomdwe hene) and a defender of morality […]

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Seminary Formation in Ghana and it Challenges

July 5, AD 2012 4 Comments
Seminary Formation in Ghana and it Challenges

Written by Rev. Hillary Agbenosi (A Ghanaian Deacon about to be ordained a Priest later this year) The Lord has promised to always provide for his people shepherds after his own heart. In fulfillment of this promise he constantly calls young men to his vineyard, first of all, to be with Him in order that […]

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Mary and anti-Catholic bigotry

May 10, AD 2012 7 Comments
Mary and anti-Catholic bigotry

I just came across a shocking but not surprising video by Pastor Gino Jennings of the First Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This video was made in the year 2003. It’s quite old and boring too 🙂 Let’s begin by saying a Hail Mary to his soul before I continue. Hail […]

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Education is Priceless

March 15, AD 2012 5 Comments
Education is Priceless

Children vaccinated against river blindness in a school in Ewoku. Ghana. Photo by Lynn Johnson for the National Geographic. There is an Arabic proverb about Education that goes like this, “Seek education from the cradle to the grave.” This is very true indeed. I have seen some arguments and sentiments about whether attaining education in […]

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Forgiveness leads to Love

February 16, AD 2012 2 Comments
Forgiveness leads to Love

“You have heard that it was said, ‘YOU SHALL LOVE YOUR NEIGHBOR and hate your enemy.’ “But I say to you, love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, so that you may be sons of your Father who is in heaven; for He causes His sun to rise on the evil and […]

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Why I can’t hate Religion for Jesus

January 19, AD 2012 8 Comments
Why I can’t hate Religion for Jesus

Does this sound familiar? What if I told you, Jesus came to abolish religion? What if I told you getting you to vote republican, really wasn’t his mission? Because republican doesn’t automatically mean Christian, And just because you call some people blind, doesn’t automatically give you vision. If religion is so great, why has it […]

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Humility Still Matters

December 22, AD 2011 2 Comments
Humility Still Matters

In our so-called enlightened society of the 21st century, many people keep making the unfortunate mistake of confusing humility for low self esteem, meekness for weakness. As we await to celebrate Christmas, let us not forget this most important virtue that made God Himself to become mortal for our own good. A Creator becoming a […]

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