184 Days of Empty Churches
Fr Jean-Marie Did'ho
This collectionof Lockdown Homilies by Fr Jean-Marie Kuzituka Did’ho offers insightful reflections on the Gospels assigned for the celebration of the daily Holy Eucharist during Lockdown in Year A. These reflections are meant to help Christians to pray, recalling those days of confinement. These reflections are brief, easy to read, yet insightful and practical. 184 Days of Empty Churches links daily life with the Gospel in reflection, prayer and behaviour. Every weekday homily in this book ends with a short prayer to help the reader to enter into a mood of meditation, praise and worship. The author invites us to pray and reminds us that in the House of the Lord, there are no holidays, no confinement or lockdown.
Jean-Marie Kuzituka Did’ho is a Catholic Priest of the Archdiocese of Johannesburg, South Africa. Father Jean-Marie holds Bachelors’ degrees of Philosophy and Theology from the Saint Augustine College-affiliated Urbaniana Univeristy in the Democratic Republic of Congo and John Vianney Major Seminary in Pretoria.
Father Jean-Marie is currently serving as the Parish Priest of Saint John the Apostle in Florida Park, and is Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Johannesburg and Diocesan Director of the Pontifical Mission Society (PMS). He has also recently been appointed Episcopal Vicar for the Department of Migrants and Refugees for the Archdiocese.
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