Theological Reflections for Sundays and Solemnities of Liturgical Year B
With generosity, Fr. Oyafemi has organized for the hearer of the Sacred Word of God a written record that compels us to revisit our conversation with the Triune God.This collection of homilies is a treasure that reminds the reader/ hearer of the More...
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With generosity, Fr. Oyafemi has organized for the hearer of the Sacred Word of God a written record that compels us to revisit our conversation with the Triune God.This collection of homilies is a treasure that reminds the reader/ hearer of the many ways that we are afforded to receive what God is always freely giving. In this book there are many blessings to be received, many blessings to share, and a great deal to think about. May the readers be delighted and encouraged to keep on talking with our awesome God.REV. DAVID JONES. PASTOR, ST BENEDICT THE AFRICAN (EAST) ARCHDIOCESE OF CHICAGOIn this literary endeavor, Fr. Clem demystifi es the scriptural readings for Sunday Masses and Solemnities throughout the liturgical year B and clearly points out their signifi cance to every believer. He illuminates the contextual implications of those readings in concrete historical human conditions. This book is a great companion to help us navigate through life.DR MERCEDES AND DR KEN RUNDLE, MUNSTER, INDIANA
Fr. Clem is a charismatic priest and an eloquent preacher. Ordained in 1994, Fr. Clem has served the Church in Nigeria, United Kingdom, Mexico, and various parts of the United States. Fr. Clem holds a Bachelor's degree in Philosophy and a Masters degree in Theology. He also holds a Masters degree in Religious Education from the Jesuit Fordham University, New York. Since 2001, Fr. Clem has been serving the Church in the United States. He is currently serving as Parochial Administrator of St Basil/Visitation Church in the Archdiocese of Chicago. This book of Theological Reflections is his third publication on Liturgical Readings.