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Saturday, 8 December 2012

Comments received during Uwakwe Reflections' one year anniversary



“Uwakwe Reflections which is one year today is really engaging the new areopagus, bringing the Good news of Jesus our Christ to the cyberspace. It amazes one that the founder and sustainer is a young seminarian.  I know seminarians to be intelligent, but I think Chibuike is exceptional because it takes more than intelligence to initiate and sustain such an apostolate. He is living his time gracefully and he needs the support of all. Uwakwe Reflections is profoundly inspiring and enriching. Depth with thoughts and filled with experiences it makes my Sundays.  Congratulations. – Okeke Emmanuel (Rome, Italy).

“Uwakwe Reflections” is a gold mine. The Word of God is opened with deep insight and brought home with interesting stories. Hungry souls are fed and hardened hearts are challenged. It is a must read for every Christian.-  Fr Paulinus Okpala (Awka Diocese), Honnell, New York, USA

"UWAKWE REFLECTIONS" - The Reflections have been wonderful; quite enriching and pastorally-oriented. To be candid, I must congratulate the writer, Chibuike Uwakwe on these fantastic reflections, which he most often garnishes with interesting stories. Bravo!”  - Fr. Abel Ezenwa (Orlu Diocese).

“An idea nurtured about 365 days ago,
Born out of the desire to proclaim the Word of God,
To people of diverse nations and cultures,
Reaching out to the world through the internet,
Fulfilling God's command of "Go ye into the world and proclaim the Good News".
Uwakwe Reflections is not just a name, it is a message.
Happy one year anniversary!” - Uwakwe Martin (FUTO Owerri)

“It is hard to write and harder to write reflective works. Mr Uwakwe for the past one year has packaged Sunday reflections with sound theological concepts through a thorough philosophical scrutiny spiced with biblical references for the spiritual edification of the people of God. His imaginative and reflective capacity is worth commending. Keep it up for your audience long for more.” – Asogwa Chinedum (Rabbi)

“You are a perfect description of a wild flower and that is exactly what I am convinced you are. Soar Higher.”        Iloabuchi Jude (Seminary Chief Journalist)

“Uwakwe Reflections” is a wonderful companion to Sunday readings and those of solemnities. It has always driven home the message of these readings. I therefore appreciate Chibuike Uwakwe who has always dedicated himself and time to this project”. – Ezeokeke Anthony (Former Editor, Thinker Magazine)

“I wish to congratulate you on your success so far. This is the time to improve on the best you have offered. As suggestions, always try to trace some key words to their roots and work on the volume so that each sentence makes more meaning and is precise. I sincerely recommend you ability to touch the documents of the Church. Keep it up and hearty congratulations”. – Nwankwo Magnus (General Primus, All Okigwe Diocesan Seminarians)

"Mother Teresa of Calcutta was right when She said "we are pencils in the hand of a writing God" Tanx great man of God for letting God write in the hearts of his people through u . The Church is proud of u, ride on, St Paul of our time". - Amadi Sixtus (Catholic Diocese of Aba)
 
 “Chibuike Uwakwe’s Reflections which started from the First Sunday of Advent in the Church’s Liturgical Year B, 27th November 2011 clocks one year today, First Sunday of Advent Year C, 2nd December 2012. God has visited and cared for many through his apostolate of pen by his reflections via internet. Like the prophets of the Bible it has not been so easy for him, but the grace of God continued to illumine him that he constantly and regularly kept us, who always make out time to read his reflections, alive with the Word of God which he tries to explain. One who has been faithful to following his reflections will not take in repeating the advent acclamation Maranatha Come Lord Jesus. Congratulations and keep the light aglow”. - REV FR PAUL IKECHUKWU OGUJIOFFOR (OKIGWE DIOCESE, in ROMA, ITALIA)


1 comment:

  1. Anonymous12:33 am

    I congratulate the owner of this website, Chibuike Uwakwe. I stumble on this website by accident and I now frequent it. Your Sunday reflections are exciting...so keep up the good work.
    You may create an avenue for donations to help you continue this noble work. Once again, congrats on your one year anniversary.

    Chima Anyanwu
    College Park, Maryland, USA

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