Christians Charged on Generosity at Omnium Sanctorum Chaplaincy’s Annual Thanksgiving and Bazaar Event

Christians Charged on Generosity at Omnium Sanctorum Chaplaincy’s Annual Thanksgiving and Bazaar Event

By Godwin Umeh

In a heartfelt Homily delivered during this year’s Harvest, Thanksgiving, and Bazaar of the Omnium Sanctorum Chaplaincy at Thinkers Corner Enugu, Reverend Father John Uke urged Christians to remain ever willing to contribute to noble causes. This call to philanthropy came as he expressed his concerns about leaders in certain parts of the world, particularly in more developed nations, endorsing detrimental policies and practices.

Rev. Fr. Uke went on to commend the efforts of Reverend Father Professor Christian Anieke, the Vice Chancellor of Godfrey Okoye University, Enugu, for his pivotal role in advancing education and transforming the world through the rapid development of the university, particularly in Nigeria.

In response, Rev. Fr. Professor Anieke expressed his gratitude to Rev. Fr. Uke for his inspiring Homily and extended his appreciation to the members of the Chaplaincy for their unwavering support, which contributed to the success of the Harvest, Thanksgiving, and Bazaar event. He also noted that the occasion held special significance as it coincided with the university’s Founder’s Day.

A significant highlight of the event was the presentation of trophies to deserving members of the Chaplaincy, recognizing their invaluable contributions to the overall success of the Harvest Thanksgiving and Bazaar. This year’s event revolved around the theme “Ifunanyachukwu.”

The call for generosity and the celebration of positive contributions and efforts made this year’s Harvest, Thanksgiving, and Bazaar a memorable occasion for all in attendance.

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