BIA Benedict XVI Institute for Africa
Fr. Tegha A
“All are welcome”: The tempting heterodoxy of today?

Today, we find ourselves dancing to the drumbeats beckoning us into the infernal circles wherein are normalized, as approved human behavior and dispositions, the ideologies of transgenderism, homosexuality, and the […]

October 15, 2023
Father Clement

“Stat Crux dum Orbis Revultur” – The Cross Stands as the World Revolves. With these words, the sons of Saint Bruno have, for almost a thousand years (since 1084), devoted […]

September 19, 2023
Fr. Tegha A
Hail to the Cross of our Salvation! Hail to the Crucified King! Reflecting on the Feast of the Exaltation of the Most Holy Cross

In the homily which the then Cardinal Ratzinger delivered during the Mass before the Conclave of 2005, during which he was elected as Pope, he begins by noting that the […]

September 14, 2023
Agbaw Ebai
The Resurrection of Jesus: God’s Verb in the Grammar of Human Existence

When we studied English Grammar at St. Joseph’s Primary School in Mamfe, Cameroon several years ago, we were taught that a verb is a word that it used to describe […]

April 28, 2023
Agbaw Ebai
The Beautiful Catholic Priesthood Today

Perhaps of all the days in the Liturgical Calendar, it might appear out of sync for one to reflect on the meaning of the Catholic Priesthood on Ash Wednesday. After […]

March 2, 2023
Agbaw Ebai
Men of Sorrows

Every Good Friday, the Church’s Liturgy turns her gaze upon the face of Christ, the suffering servant; the One whom Isaiah describes as “a man of suffering, knowing pain.” Or, […]

October 15, 2022
Agbaw Ebai
Why God Must Not Be Set Aside

“There is no saint without a past; there is no sinner without a future” Meditations on the Life of Augustine of Hippo (AD 354 – 430) I love the month […]

August 30, 2022
Father Zifac
Fr. Zifac: Never Give Up Looking Up

Yes. Never give up in looking up. Refuse to be discouraged. No bad condition is permanent with Jesus. Solve your problems the Bartimaeus’ way. When Zacheus could not see Jesus […]

October 24, 2021
Father Zifac
Father Zifac: it is well in Jesus’ name

With the uncertainty and political and cultural volatility of nowadays it can be easy to become overwhelmed. It can easy to lose hope and to give in to despair. Thankfully, […]

September 6, 2021
Father Nyuykighan Jude
Father Jude: reflections for Saturday of the 14th Week in Ordinary Time

Disappointments are a blessing.

July 10, 2021