The Holy Family Fathers and Brothers of the Youth has never relented in reaching the world through various means.This is made more manifest through her annual publication of a magazine officially called Limelight Magazine.
It is a veritable pen-Apostolate of our family (the Congregation) in reading and communicating to our country and to the world at large, the message of the Gospel. This magazine, though nascent, has been remarked by her audience both in Nigeria and beyond. It is our hope that through this means, the youth, parents, students and indeed all people will reap maximally from her produce.
Nonetheless, the congregation is embarking on her 5th edition of the magazine with the theme “ARISE O COMPATRIOTS”.
Below are the already produced Magazines and their respective editors and years. You can place a request on any of the copies here
FIRST EDITION: 2008/2009
Youth: The Heart of Societal Development: Nigeria as a Case Study
Edited by Bro. Okoli Patrick C.
SECOND EDITION: 2015/2016
Reawakening the Culture of Care for our Common Home
Edited by Modestus Ihediuche (Rev. Fr.)
THIRD EDITION: 2016/2017
Facts of Life and Echoes of Eternity: Tension or Joy for the Youth
Edited by Anthony Ugochukwu Anowai (Rev. Fr.)
FOURTH EDITION: 2017/2018
Sound Education and Skill: A Channel Towards Self Development
Edited by Rev. Esieme Paul
Arise O Compatriots
Edited by Rev. Igwe Emmanuel (still in progress)
In other to foster the intellectual fecundity and academic progress already recorded among our Seminarians, and to make it more resound and beneficial for general consumption, our Congregation has introduced a kind of intellectual gathering and lectures
On a monthly, basis among our students; where discussions and academic dialogues are made. It is a gathering that further cuts across Academic, Intellectual, Spiritual, Philosophical, Theological, Social, Political, Cultural and Anthropological spheres. A gathering that represents a clear sign of our unlimited hope in a holistic and integral formation of our Seminarians.
We are most grateful to our students’ Auxiliary, Rev. Okonkwo Cletus, who took up the First edition of the Lecture entitled: THE NEED FOR “COLLABORATIVE MINISTRY”.