Desecration of Holy Altar: Enugu Catholic Diocese declares one week prayer to atone for Mbaka followers’ sins

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The Catholic Diocese of Enugu, has declared ‘one-week union of prayer for ‘atonement of sins’of the followers of Rev Father Ejike Mbaka of Adoration Ministry in ‘desecration of the holy altar of sacrifice’when they stormed the Bishop’s Court on Independence Layout of the coal city, in severe rage for their missing father-in-the-Lord.

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The Bishop of the Diocese, Dr Callistus Onaga, declared this in a statement personally signed by him , May 6, saying: “On 5 May, 2021, the followers of Fr Camillus Ejike Mbaka of the Adoration Ministry, Enugu, Nigeria, violently broke into the Diocesan Cathedral Church and desecrated the holy altar of sacrifice.

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“Over and above this, they brutally vandalized the Diocesan Bishop’s residence, the cathedral parish house and the secretariat building complex.

 

“Therefore, I hereby declare and call for a one-week union of prayer in reparation and atonement for this heinous act against our central place of worship and the sanctity of the Church. The prayer begins from Friday, 7th May to Friday, 14th May 2021./ SHARE THIS

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