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27th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Originally delivered on October 8, 1989
Readings: Habakkuk 1:2-3, 2, 2-4; Paul to Timothy 1:6-8, 13-14; Luke 17:5-10

In today’s Gospel we hear of the importance of faith and confidence in God.  87 kata lagi

Cycle C

When Indicators Get in the Way, Go Report Minimal?

Now, there’s a lot we could debate here about data collection processes, or tools, or when and how data clerks should be employed – but that’s not the point.

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Commentary

HIV/AIDs Survey: Society For Family Health begins listing of houses in Kaduna


A Non Governmental Organisation (NGO), Society for Family Health (SFH) on Tuesday said it would begin listing of houses in Kaduna ahead of the HIV/AIDs National Survey. 235 kata lagi

News

My 10 Step to Do List for Enduring Depression

This blog was published for The Body and original weblink for article can be found by clicking here.

A plan of action to combat… 1.569 kata lagi

HIV/AIDS

A stroll down memory lane!

Last week I had an opportunity to welcome a group of third semester MSW students from Kristu Jayanti College, Bangalore; my alma mater, at my office. 486 kata lagi

Seborrheic Dermatitis

Ahhh. This one. This was the news that sent the initial chills down my spine.

Around September of 2015, my flu tapered down. I didn’t get it that often anymore. 283 kata lagi

Hiv

Mark Doty’s Monument to Self in the face of “Erasure”

In Heaven’s Coast, Mark Doty’s circular narration spirals inward to Wally’s deterioration over the course of the memoir, which is a “compendium” of “journal entries, letters, vignettes, mini-histories of friends, accounts of Doty’s back problems, and short essays and extended meditations on memory, gardening, sex, animals, and the sea” (Campbell). 1.279 kata lagi

Culture