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The Bishop of Yola Diocese Rt. Rev. Fr. Stephen Dami Mamza was born on November 30th 1969 in Bazza, Michika Local Government Area of Adamawa state, and ordained a priest in 1996 under Maiduguri Diocese
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2019 EASTER MESSAGE from the Bishop

The forty days of lent, known as the Lenten Season, is over but the blessing of the season is what we celebrate at Easter. The resurrection of Jesus we celebrate today is the most amazing news the world ever heard. We rejoice because Jesus died on the cross and rose from the grave. As Christians, we like St. Paul can have great hope in life after death because Jesus broke the bondage of death (1Cor. 15:12-24,35-58).
The solemnity of Easter is certainly the greatest day for the whole of humanity: that God has reopened the heart of humanity and thus initiated a dialogue so as to give dignity to His children, but above all to grand humanity admittance into paradise. With this is the reality of a new creation as God re-establishes his love with us. This truly is what the church celebrates today. “We have been raised with Christ” confesses St. Paul (cf. Col 3:1). These words express in clear terms the faith that centres on the origin of Christianity: The Paschal Lamb that was slain, symbol of the history of salvation. This also expresses the knowledge of the novelty introduced into the world with the resurrection of Christ.
Easter is truly the certainty of a presence – a true presence. The presence of Christ that now is with us. We are called therefore to seek to feel this presence among us. This is what the church stands for – a place where it is possible for us to participate in the life of the risen Lord. This is why Easter must always be for the Christian the light and joy of salvation.

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