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Catholic Priest Concerned About 2023 …As Inquirer Seeks Prayer For Longevity

By Alex Yomah
The Parish Priest of the St. Kizito Catholic Church, Ambrose D. Kroma, wondered if Liberians are prepared as the long awaited 2023 is here.
He said by now everyone should make a resolution to begin with in order to determine where he/she wants to be in atleast six months.
Expanding of the scripture taken from St. John 1-29-34, Father Kroma said John the Baptist saw Jesus coming toward him and said, “Behold, the lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world and a man is coming after me who ranks ahead of me because he existed before me.”
“I did not know him, but the reason why I came baptizing with water was that he might be made known to Israel,” John testified further, saying, “ I saw the spirit come down like a dove from heaven and remained upon him.”

“I did not know him, but the one who sent me to baptize with water is the Holy Spirit and now I have seen and testified that he is the son of God,” Fr. Kroma explained.
Father Kroma remembers the late Philip N. Wesseh as a full-fledged member of the St. Kizito Church and that he will always be remembered by the church in prayers.
Meanwhile, the newly appointed first female Managing Editor of the Inquirer Newspaper, Christiana Winnie Saywah-Jimmy, has sought St. Kizito Catholic Parish to render her and her team- members prayers for longevity.
The Managing editor on January 15, 2023 led a team of Inquirer’s staff including family members of its late Boss Atty. Wesseh to the Kizito Catholic Parish where the institution celebrated its 32nd Anniversary.
Briefly speaking, Madam Jimmy solemnly stated, “Today, it is sad to note that we need your prayers covered with God’s Devine prayers so that our team can live longer.”
According to her, it is regrettable to say that since Inquirer celebrated with the Church 10 years ago with the presence of their late Boss Atty. Philip N. Wesseh, the number has reduced gradually due to death.
Winnie said that it was saddened to inform the church that since the first post war independent media institution left the Church in the presence of Mr. Wesseh, the demise of Inquirer’s team members has since reduced the number of staff, so “We earnestly need your fervent prayers.”
Adding, “Most of our colleagues who took picture with you ten years ago are no more on the surface of the earth. We have lost more especially our Managing Editor, Philip N Wesseh. The institution does not want to lose any more employees at the institution,” she said.

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