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1. President Buhari gives Osibanjo the authority to monitor the 2.3trillion Naira stimulus package of the NESP.

Following the approval of the Nigerian Economic Sustainability Plan (NESP) by the Federal Executive Council on Thursday, President Muhammadu Buhari has now designated his deputy, Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo, to supervise the overall implementation of the 2.3trillion Naira plan.

This was contained in a statement, highlighting key components of the approved plan and released by the Special Adviser to the President on Media & Publicity, Mr. Femi Adesina in Abuja on Thursday.

According to the statement, it read; “the Economic Sustainability Committee will monitor implementation of the Plan while the Vice President will regularly brief the President on progress made.”

The Nigeria Economic Sustainability Plan (NESP), approved by the Federal Executive Council (FEC) on June 24, 2020, was developed by the Economic Sustainability Committee (ESC), established by President Muhammadu Buhari on March 30, 2020.

The ESC which is Chaired by Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo, comprised several Cabinet Ministers as well as the Group Managing Director of the NNPC and the Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).

Still, on the implementation of the NESP, Adesina said inputs from stakeholders were integrated in the conception and design of the plan, noting that “the NESP was developed in consultation with Cabinet Ministers, Heads of Federal Agencies, the Presidential Economic Advisory Council (PEAC), State Governors and the National Assembly.”

2. Nigerians attack the Nigerian Embassy in Indonesia, and destroy properties.

Barely seven days after parts of the residential building in the Nigerian embassy was destroyed in Ghana, Nigerians protesting the alleged discrimination and violation of their human rights by Indonesian immigration officials, stormed the Nigerian embassy in Indonesia, and vandalized some properties belonging to the Nigerian government.

In a video clip that was obtained by SharaRepoters, some persons believed to be Nigerians were spotted carrying placards with various inscriptions.

They were heard chanting “Nigeria is not helping us in this country. We don’t have an Embassy. We no go ‘gree’.”

Recall that a 41-year-old Nigerian fell from a nine-storey building while trying to escape from Indonesian immigration officers.

His fall, however, sparked protest amongst Nigerians, leading to the destruction and vandalisation of the country’s properties in the embassy.

While reacting to the act, the minister of Foreign Affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama, on his twitter account, condemned the act, noting that those involved in the destruction of the country’s properties would be caught and dealt with.

In his words, Onyeama wrote; “Absolutely deplorable and disgraceful criminal behaviour by Nigerian hooligans who without justification attacked the Nigerian Embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia today.

Every effort will be made to identify them and see they are severely punished. Totally unacceptable behavior.”

3. Nnamdi Kanu only attacked fake Pastors, not Christianity – IPOB says.

The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has said that it’s Leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu never condemned Christianity but only attacked those they called fake pastors and men of God in Nigeria, who refused to boldly speak up against the incessant and state sponsored killings and of Christians in Nigeria.

According to the IPOB, it said; “Kanu’s condemnation was for religious leaders who deliberately kept quiet while Christians are killed in Nigeria, saying that does not amount to condemnation of Christianity, disrespect to Islam or any other religious body.

He only condemned the evil of extermination of a particular religious group through state sponsored terrorism.

Our leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu in his life, never condemned Christianity because he was raised in a Christian home by Christian parents and will never do such. He has respect for Christianity, Islam and other faith based religions around the world.”

4. Ajimobi never wanted APC appointment, he was persuaded – Spokesman says.

The Spokesman for the late Abiola Ajimobi says his boss had planned to retire from politics after completing his eight-year tenure as governor of Oyo State last year.

The Spokesman, Bolaji Tunji, said in his tribute on Facebook, that Ajimobi told his staff that he didn’t want to take up the appointment as the Deputy National Chairman (South) of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) but he had to as an obligation.

Tunji wrote, “He never wanted anything else after the general election. He only wanted to take a long, due rest after serving for eight years without break. But another position was thrust on him. He never solicited for it and he did not want. But they convinced him to accept.

I know because, in his usual forthrightness, he narrated how it happened. He took the position because he felt it would benefit his people. ‘I have done my bit. There is nothing I set out to achieve that I did not, I cannot be governor again, but I cannot leave you people’ he would say.”

5. Federal Government to announce date for flight resumption next week.

The Federal Government yesterday, said it would announce the date for the reopening of Nigeria’s airspace to commercial flight operations next week.

It stated that the airports remained shut as some gaps in the aviation restart process had not been closed.

The Director-General, Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, Musa Nuhu, disclosed this during Thursday’s briefing of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 in Abuja.

He, however, made no mention about the submission of the restart plan for the aviation sector.

6. We are not ready to re-open orientation camps – NYSC says.

The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), has said that it will not reopen orientation camps across te country until it is safe to do so.

The NYSC, in a statement on Thursday by its Director, Press and Public Relations, Adenike Adeyemi, denied the reports that it was planning to open the camps as false

She said, “To put issues in proper perspective, it is appropriate to state that the National Youth Service Corps will only return to the orientation camps when it is very safe to do so, in view of the danger posed by COVID–19 pandemic.

The scheme places very high premium on the lives of corps members, camp officials and other stakeholders which was the key reason it suspended 2020 Batch ‘A’ Stream 1 orientation programme in March this year.”

The NYSC spokesperson also added that even when it had been established that it was safe to open the camps, the corps would act when it had received the nod of the Federal Government.

Accordingly, corps members and prospective corps members are advised to glean information concerning the scheme only from NYSC official sources, both the social and mainstream media,” she said.

These are some of the breaking news in Nigeria this Afternoon, Friday 26th of June 2020.

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How to Start a Poultry Farming with Less Income to Invest. 

Start a Poultry Farming with Less Income… Have you ever thought about how you can start a poultry farming business? You likely have. When most people think of going into agriculture business, one of the first business ideas which come to their minds is poultry farming and there are good reasons for this.

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Start a Poultry Farming with Less Income

Poultry farming over the centuries has always been a very profitable agricultural venture to engage it. The rewards, if the business is properly managed, are certainly high.

Some of the most successful private citizens who have dabbled into agriculture and are successful have at some point incorporated poultry farming into their agricultural business or focused solely on it. Before we go into how you start poultry farming even with less income, let’s first address what poultry farming really is.

How to Start a Poultry Farming with Less Income to Invest. 

What is poultry farming?

Poultry farming is raising and/or breeding of domesticated birds like chickens, turkeys, ducks, and geese, for the aim of producing meat or eggs for food.  Basically a poultry farm is a dedicated place set aside for raising poultry birds for food or for sale but usually for sale.

One of the first things to ask is what is the type of poultry birds available and which is more profitable. They are all profitable depending on many factors like the demand, the favourable weather conditions, the cost of operation and so much more. We would discuss how you would go about this later in the article.

When deciding on poultry farming, you could either choose particular poultry bird to rear or rear them all if you want. Do take note that if you are rearing more than one poultry bird, they sometimes require different specifications. For example, the specifications or modifications to the feeding pattern or feed and housing requirements for chickens and turkeys are different; same with ducks and geese.

Branches of Poultry Farming.

Now that you know what poultry farming is, let’s go further by finding out the branches of poultry farming you can choose from.

BROILERS BREEDING: This type of poultry farming is strictly for meat production. You`ll grow your broilers and sell them in whole to the customers. Broilers grow at an astonishing rate. Within a space of 6 and 7 weeks, most broilers have matured to adulthood and prepared to be marketed and consumed.

How to Start a Poultry Farming with Less Income to Invest. 

LAYERS BREEDING: In layers breeding you’re breeding your layer chickens with the most basic aim of them laying unfertilized eggs regularly. The thing is, the egg production rate of these layers would decrease over the months and in about 2 years or so the egg-laying capability of the layer chickens would reduce and would have to be sold off as meat. Before then you surely would have recouped the money invested in housing, feeding and treating the layer heads so don’t worry about losing out.

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POULTRY FEED PRODUCTION: This branch focuses sole on making healthy poultry  food and marketing them to poultry farmers or middlemen  in measured amounts.

THE HATCHERIES: Here you’ve got folks that hatch chicken and alternative birds. This facet of poultry farming business is incredibly vital (though not common) as a result of the health of a bird is set by the effectiveness of the property method.

POULTRY EQUIPMENT PRODUCTION: Here you would have to create all the poultry farming equipments which are require which range from feed trough, cages, lighting and so much more.

GIVING POULTRY CONSULTING SERVICES: This is pretty self-explanatory.

How to Start a Poultry Farming – Complete Guide.

Now that you know everything involved with poultry farming, how then do you start poultry farming even with less income. Below are proven steps to follow.

1. CARRY OUT MARKER SURVEYS: This is to ensure that the market for your poultry farm products are available and the asking price and cost of running the farm.

2. ACQUIRE LAND IN A SUITABLE LOCATION: Try to get a land which is either for rent or yours which is at least 5 plots for a start. You might be thinking, “But I would be starting on a small scale because of my less income so why do I need to get 5 plots of land for a start?” You should know  poultry birds need to be properly spaced to allow free movement, avoid pecking which is very injurious and to reduce diseases.

Once you’ve got a land that’s sufficiently big for your poultry farm, most of the work has been done but don’t relent on your effort! If your poultry farm would be situated in urban areas and in large cities especially, get a land that large or any land even is every difficult so if you have that covered, your poultry farming business is more than certain to take off, the risk of it polluting the environment and wastes going into water ways or water sources.

You should have in mind that you would be able to start a poultry farm in a residential area due to the many health risks involved like the foul odour, the risk of disease outbreaks

3. GET FUNDING FOR YOUR POULTRY BUSINESS: You would have to fund the costs of running the business before you make profits so you need to have capital. There are many loan schemes by the Bank of Agriculture which is slated for farmers.

Try to apply for these schemes but bear in mind that registered businesses are first considered so many you might want to get your business registered with the relevant bodies if you expect this source to fund your poultry farming business.

4. BUILD POULTRY HOUSES FOR YOUR BIRDS: The poultry houses have to be built and fitted to specification to accommodate the poultry birds. Lightening, measurements, cages or batches e.t.c

5. BUY POULTRY BIRDS: It is advisable that you buy them as day-old chicks to raise them to be any type of poultry you want them to be.

6. BUY POULTRY FEEDS: Of course, the poultry feeds to be bought depend on the type of bird you intend to raise. Consult with experts

7. Employ a skilled helper on your poultry farm.

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Calendar used: General Calendar (Change)

January
Fri 1MARY, MOTHER OF GOD Solemnity 
Sat 2Saints Basil the Great and Gregory Nazianzen, Bishops, Doctors Psalm week 1
Sun 32ND SUNDAY OF CHRISTMAS Psalm week 2
Mon 44 January  
Tue 55 January  
Wed 6THE EPIPHANY OF THE LORD Solemnity 
Thu 77 January  
or Saint Raymond of Penyafort, Priest  
Fri 88 January  
Sat 99 January  
Sun 10THE BAPTISM OF THE LORD Feast 
Mon 11Monday of week 1 in Ordinary Time  Psalm week 1
Tue 12Tuesday of week 1 in Ordinary Time  
Wed 13Wednesday of week 1 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Hilary, Bishop, Doctor  
Thu 14Thursday of week 1 in Ordinary Time  
Fri 15Friday of week 1 in Ordinary Time  
Sat 16Saturday of week 1 in Ordinary Time  
or Saturday memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary  
Sun 172ND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Psalm week 2
Mon 18Monday of week 2 in Ordinary Time  
Tue 19Tuesday of week 2 in Ordinary Time  
Wed 20Wednesday of week 2 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Fabian, Pope, Martyr  
or Saint Sebastian, Martyr  
Thu 21Saint Agnes, Virgin, Martyr 
Fri 22Friday of week 2 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Vincent, Deacon, Martyr  
Sat 23Saturday of week 2 in Ordinary Time  
or Saturday memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary  
Sun 243RD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME (SUNDAY OF THE WORD OF GOD) Psalm week 3
Mon 25THE CONVERSION OF SAINT PAUL, APOSTLE Feast 
Tue 26Saints Timothy and Titus, Bishops 
Wed 27Wednesday of week 3 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Angela Merici, Virgin  
Thu 28Saint Thomas Aquinas, Priest, Doctor 
Fri 29Friday of week 3 in Ordinary Time  
Sat 30Saturday of week 3 in Ordinary Time  
or Saturday memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary  
Sun 314TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Psalm week 4
February
Mon 1Monday of week 4 in Ordinary Time  
Tue 2THE PRESENTATION OF THE LORD Feast 
Wed 3Wednesday of week 4 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Ansgar (Oscar), Bishop  
or Saint Blaise, Bishop, Martyr  
Thu 4Thursday of week 4 in Ordinary Time  
Fri 5Saint Agatha, Virgin, Martyr 
Sat 6Saints Paul Miki and his Companions, Martyrs 
Sun 75TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Psalm week 1
Mon 8Monday of week 5 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Jerome Emilian  
or Saint Josephine Bakhita, Virgin  
Tue 9Tuesday of week 5 in Ordinary Time  
Wed 10Saint Scholastica, Virgin 
Thu 11Thursday of week 5 in Ordinary Time  
or Our Lady of Lourdes  
Fri 12Friday of week 5 in Ordinary Time  
Sat 13Saturday of week 5 in Ordinary Time  
or Saturday memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary  
Sun 146TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Psalm week 2
Mon 15Monday of week 6 in Ordinary Time  
Tue 16Tuesday of week 6 in Ordinary Time  
Wed 17ASH WEDNESDAY Psalm week 4
Thu 18Thursday after Ash Wednesday  
Fri 19Friday after Ash Wednesday  
Sat 20Saturday after Ash Wednesday  
Sun 211ST SUNDAY OF LENT Psalm week 1
Mon 22SAINT PETER’S CHAIR Feast 
Tue 23Tuesday of the 1st week of Lent  
(commemoration of Saint Polycarp, Bishop, Martyr)
Wed 24Wednesday of the 1st week of Lent  
Thu 25Thursday of the 1st week of Lent  
Fri 26Friday of the 1st week of Lent  
Sat 27Saturday of the 1st week of Lent  
(commemoration of Saint Gregory of Narek, Abbot and Doctor of the Church)
Sun 282ND SUNDAY OF LENT Psalm week 2
March
Mon 1Monday of the 2nd week of Lent  
Tue 2Tuesday of the 2nd week of Lent  
Wed 3Wednesday of the 2nd week of Lent  
Thu 4Thursday of the 2nd week of Lent  
(commemoration of Saint Casimir)
Fri 5Friday of the 2nd week of Lent  
Sat 6Saturday of the 2nd week of Lent  
Sun 73RD SUNDAY OF LENT Psalm week 3
Mon 8Monday of the 3rd week of Lent  
(commemoration of Saint John of God, Religious)
Tue 9Tuesday of the 3rd week of Lent  
(commemoration of Saint Frances of Rome, Religious)
Wed 10Wednesday of the 3rd week of Lent  
Thu 11Thursday of the 3rd week of Lent  
Fri 12Friday of the 3rd week of Lent  
Sat 13Saturday of the 3rd week of Lent  
Sun 144TH SUNDAY OF LENT (LAETARE SUNDAY) Psalm week 4
Mon 15Monday of the 4th week of Lent  
Tue 16Tuesday of the 4th week of Lent  
Wed 17Wednesday of the 4th week of Lent  
(commemoration of Saint Patrick, Bishop, Missionary)
Thu 18Thursday of the 4th week of Lent  
(commemoration of Saint Cyril of Jerusalem, Bishop, Doctor)
Fri 19SAINT JOSEPH, HUSBAND OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY Solemnity 
Sat 20Saturday of the 4th week of Lent  
Sun 215TH SUNDAY OF LENT Psalm week 1
Mon 22Monday of the 5th week of Lent  
Tue 23Tuesday of the 5th week of Lent  
(commemoration of Saint Turibius of Mongrovejo, Bishop)
Wed 24Wednesday of the 5th week of Lent  
Thu 25THE ANNUNCIATION OF THE LORD Solemnity 
Fri 26Friday of the 5th week of Lent  
Sat 27Saturday of the 5th week of Lent  
Sun 28PALM SUNDAY Psalm week 2
Mon 29MONDAY OF HOLY WEEK 
Tue 30TUESDAY OF HOLY WEEK 
Wed 31WEDNESDAY OF HOLY WEEK 
April
Thu 1MAUNDY THURSDAY 
Fri 2GOOD FRIDAY 
Sat 3HOLY SATURDAY 
Sun 4EASTER SUNDAY Psalm week 1
Mon 5EASTER MONDAY 
Tue 6EASTER TUESDAY 
Wed 7EASTER WEDNESDAY 
Thu 8EASTER THURSDAY 
Fri 9EASTER FRIDAY 
Sat 10EASTER SATURDAY 
Sun 11DIVINE MERCY SUNDAY (2ND SUNDAY OF EASTER) 
Mon 12Monday of the 2nd week of Eastertide  Psalm week 2
Tue 13Tuesday of the 2nd week of Eastertide  
or Saint Martin I, Pope, Martyr  
Wed 14Wednesday of the 2nd week of Eastertide  
Thu 15Thursday of the 2nd week of Eastertide  
Fri 16Friday of the 2nd week of Eastertide  
Sat 17Saturday of the 2nd week of Eastertide  
Sun 183RD SUNDAY OF EASTER Psalm week 3
Mon 19Monday of the 3rd week of Eastertide  
Tue 20Tuesday of the 3rd week of Eastertide  
Wed 21Wednesday of the 3rd week of Eastertide  
or Saint Anselm of Canterbury, Bishop, Doctor  
Thu 22Thursday of the 3rd week of Eastertide  
Fri 23Friday of the 3rd week of Eastertide  
or Saint George, Martyr  
or Saint Adalbert of Prague, Bishop, Martyr  
Sat 24Saturday of the 3rd week of Eastertide  
or Saint Fidelis of Sigmaringen, Priest, Martyr  
Sun 254TH SUNDAY OF EASTER Psalm week 4
Mon 26Monday of the 4th week of Eastertide  
Tue 27Tuesday of the 4th week of Eastertide  
Wed 28Wednesday of the 4th week of Eastertide  
or Saint Peter Chanel, Priest, Martyr  
or Saint Louis Marie Grignion de Montfort, Priest  
Thu 29Saint Catherine of Siena, Virgin, Doctor 
Fri 30Friday of the 4th week of Eastertide  
or Saint Pius V, Pope  
May
Sat 1Saturday of the 4th week of Eastertide  
or Saint Joseph the Worker  
Sun 25TH SUNDAY OF EASTER Psalm week 1
Mon 3SAINTS PHILIP AND JAMES, APOSTLES Feast 
Tue 4Tuesday of the 5th week of Eastertide  
Wed 5Wednesday of the 5th week of Eastertide  
Thu 6Thursday of the 5th week of Eastertide  
Fri 7Friday of the 5th week of Eastertide  
Sat 8Saturday of the 5th week of Eastertide  
Sun 96TH SUNDAY OF EASTER Psalm week 2
Mon 10Monday of the 6th week of Eastertide  
or Saint John of Ávila, Priest, Doctor  
Tue 11Tuesday of the 6th week of Eastertide  
Wed 12Wednesday of the 6th week of Eastertide  
or Saints Nereus and Achilleus, Martyrs  
or Saint Pancras, Martyr  
Thu 13THE ASCENSION OF THE LORD Solemnity 
Fri 14SAINT MATTHIAS, APOSTLE Feast 
Sat 15Saturday of the 6th week of Eastertide  
Sun 167TH SUNDAY OF EASTER Psalm week 3
Mon 17Monday of the 7th week of Eastertide  
Tue 18Tuesday of the 7th week of Eastertide  
or Saint John I, Pope, Martyr  
Wed 19Wednesday of the 7th week of Eastertide  
Thu 20Thursday of the 7th week of Eastertide  
or Saint Bernardine of Siena, Priest  
Fri 21Friday of the 7th week of Eastertide  
or Saint Christopher Magallanes and his Companions, Martyrs  
Sat 22Saturday of the 7th week of Eastertide  
or Saint Rita of Cascia  
Sun 23PENTECOST 
Mon 24Mary, Mother of the Church Psalm week 4
Tue 25Tuesday of week 8 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Gregory VII, Pope  
or Saint Mary Magdalen de’ Pazzi, Virgin  
or Saint Bede the Venerable, Priest, Doctor  
Wed 26Saint Philip Neri, Priest 
Thu 27Thursday of week 8 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Augustine of Canterbury, Bishop  
Fri 28Friday of week 8 in Ordinary Time  
Sat 29Saturday of week 8 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Paul VI, Pope  
or Saturday memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary  
Sun 30THE MOST HOLY TRINITY Solemnity 
Mon 31THE VISITATION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY Feast Psalm week 1
June
Tue 1Saint Justin, Martyr 
Wed 2Wednesday of week 9 in Ordinary Time  
or Saints Marcellinus and Peter, Martyrs  
Thu 3CORPUS CHRISTI Solemnity 
Fri 4Friday of week 9 in Ordinary Time  
Sat 5Saint Boniface, Bishop, Martyr 
Sun 610TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Psalm week 2
Mon 7Monday of week 10 in Ordinary Time  
Tue 8Tuesday of week 10 in Ordinary Time  
Wed 9Wednesday of week 10 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Ephraem, Deacon, Doctor  
Thu 10Thursday of week 10 in Ordinary Time  
Fri 11THE MOST SACRED HEART OF JESUS Solemnity 
Sat 12The Immaculate Heart of Mary 
Sun 1311TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Psalm week 3
Mon 14Monday of week 11 in Ordinary Time  
Tue 15Tuesday of week 11 in Ordinary Time  
Wed 16Wednesday of week 11 in Ordinary Time  
Thu 17Thursday of week 11 in Ordinary Time  
Fri 18Friday of week 11 in Ordinary Time  
Sat 19Saturday of week 11 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Romuald, Abbot  
or Saturday memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary  
Sun 2012TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Psalm week 4
Mon 21Saint Aloysius Gonzaga, Religious 
Tue 22Tuesday of week 12 in Ordinary Time  
or Saints John Fisher, Bishop, and Thomas More, Martyrs  
or Saint Paulinus of Nola, Bishop  
Wed 23Wednesday of week 12 in Ordinary Time  
Thu 24THE BIRTHDAY OF SAINT JOHN THE BAPTIST Solemnity 
Fri 25Friday of week 12 in Ordinary Time  
Sat 26Saturday of week 12 in Ordinary Time  
or Saturday memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary  
Sun 2713TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Psalm week 1
Mon 28Saint Irenaeus, Bishop, Martyr 
Tue 29SAINTS PETER AND PAUL, APOSTLES Solemnity 
Wed 30Wednesday of week 13 in Ordinary Time  
or The First Martyrs of the See of Rome  
July
Thu 1Thursday of week 13 in Ordinary Time  
Fri 2Friday of week 13 in Ordinary Time  
Sat 3SAINT THOMAS, APOSTLE Feast 
Sun 414TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Psalm week 2
Mon 5Monday of week 14 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Antony Mary Zaccaria, Priest  
Tue 6Tuesday of week 14 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Maria Goretti, Virgin, Martyr  
Wed 7Wednesday of week 14 in Ordinary Time  
Thu 8Thursday of week 14 in Ordinary Time  
Fri 9Friday of week 14 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Augustine Zhao Rong and his Companions, Martyrs  
Sat 10Saturday of week 14 in Ordinary Time  
or Saturday memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary  
Sun 1115TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Psalm week 3
Mon 12Monday of week 15 in Ordinary Time  
Tue 13Tuesday of week 15 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Henry  
Wed 14Wednesday of week 15 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Camillus of Lellis, Priest  
Thu 15Saint Bonaventure, Bishop, Doctor 
Fri 16Friday of week 15 in Ordinary Time  
or Our Lady of Mount Carmel  
Sat 17Saturday of week 15 in Ordinary Time  
or Saturday memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary  
Sun 1816TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Psalm week 4
Mon 19Monday of week 16 in Ordinary Time  
Tue 20Tuesday of week 16 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Apollinaris, Bishop, Martyr  
Wed 21Wednesday of week 16 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Laurence of Brindisi, Priest, Doctor  
Thu 22SAINT MARY MAGDALEN Feast 
Fri 23Friday of week 16 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Bridget of Sweden, Religious  
Sat 24Saturday of week 16 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Charbel Makhlouf, Priest  
or Saturday memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary  
Sun 2517TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Psalm week 1
Mon 26Saint Joachim and Saint Anne, parents of the Blessed Virgin Mary 
Tue 27Tuesday of week 17 in Ordinary Time  
Wed 28Wednesday of week 17 in Ordinary Time  
Thu 29Saints Martha, Mary and Lazarus 
Fri 30Friday of week 17 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Peter Chrysologus, Bishop, Doctor  
Sat 31Saint Ignatius Loyola, Priest 
August
Sun 118TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Psalm week 2
Mon 2Monday of week 18 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Eusebius of Vercelli, Bishop  
or Saint Peter Julian Eymard  
Tue 3Tuesday of week 18 in Ordinary Time  
Wed 4Saint John Mary Vianney, Priest 
Thu 5Thursday of week 18 in Ordinary Time  
or Dedication of the Basilica of Saint Mary Major  
Fri 6THE TRANSFIGURATION OF THE LORD Feast 
Sat 7Saturday of week 18 in Ordinary Time  
or Saints Sixtus II, Pope, and his Companions, Martyrs  
or Saint Cajetan, Priest  
or Saturday memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary  
Sun 819TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Psalm week 3
Mon 9Monday of week 19 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Teresa Benedicta of the Cross (Edith Stein), Virgin, Martyr  
Tue 10SAINT LAURENCE, DEACON, MARTYR Feast 
Wed 11Saint Clare, Virgin 
Thu 12Thursday of week 19 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Jane Frances de Chantal, Religious  
Fri 13Friday of week 19 in Ordinary Time  
or Saints Pontian, Pope, and Hippolytus, Priest, Martyrs  
Sat 14Saint Maximilian Kolbe, Priest, Martyr 
Sun 15THE ASSUMPTION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY Solemnity Psalm week 4
Mon 16Monday of week 20 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Stephen of Hungary  
Tue 17Tuesday of week 20 in Ordinary Time  
Wed 18Wednesday of week 20 in Ordinary Time  
Thu 19Thursday of week 20 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint John Eudes, Priest  
Fri 20Saint Bernard, Abbot, Doctor 
Sat 21Saint Pius X, Pope 
Sun 2221ST SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Psalm week 1
Mon 23Monday of week 21 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Rose of Lima, Virgin  
Tue 24SAINT BARTHOLOMEW, APOSTLE Feast 
Wed 25Wednesday of week 21 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Louis  
or Saint Joseph of Calasanz, Priest  
Thu 26Thursday of week 21 in Ordinary Time  
Fri 27Saint Monica 
Sat 28Saint Augustine, Bishop, Doctor 
Sun 2922ND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Psalm week 2
Mon 30Monday of week 22 in Ordinary Time  
Tue 31Tuesday of week 22 in Ordinary Time  
September
Wed 1Wednesday of week 22 in Ordinary Time  
Thu 2Thursday of week 22 in Ordinary Time  
Fri 3Saint Gregory the Great, Pope, Doctor 
Sat 4Saturday of week 22 in Ordinary Time  
or Saturday memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary  
Sun 523RD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Psalm week 3
Mon 6Monday of week 23 in Ordinary Time  
Tue 7Tuesday of week 23 in Ordinary Time  
Wed 8THE BIRTHDAY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY Feast 
Thu 9Thursday of week 23 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Peter Claver  
Fri 10Friday of week 23 in Ordinary Time  
Sat 11Saturday of week 23 in Ordinary Time  
or Saturday memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary  
Sun 1224TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Psalm week 4
Mon 13Saint John Chrysostom, Bishop, Doctor 
Tue 14THE EXALTATION OF THE HOLY CROSS Feast 
Wed 15Our Lady of Sorrows 
Thu 16Saints Cornelius, Pope, and Cyprian, Bishop, Martyrs 
Fri 17Friday of week 24 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Robert Bellarmine, Bishop, Doctor  
or Saint Hildegard of Bingen, Virgin, Doctor  
Sat 18Saturday of week 24 in Ordinary Time  
or Saturday memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary  
Sun 1925TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Psalm week 1
Mon 20Saints Andrew Kim Taegon, Priest, and Paul Chong Hasang, and their Companions, Martyrs 
Tue 21SAINT MATTHEW, APOSTLE, EVANGELIST Feast 
Wed 22Wednesday of week 25 in Ordinary Time  
Thu 23Saint Pius of Pietrelcina (Padre Pio) 
Fri 24Friday of week 25 in Ordinary Time  
Sat 25Saturday of week 25 in Ordinary Time  
or Saturday memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary  
Sun 2626TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Psalm week 2
Mon 27Saint Vincent de Paul, Priest 
Tue 28Tuesday of week 26 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Wenceslaus, Martyr  
or Saints Laurence Ruiz and his Companions, Martyrs  
Wed 29SAINTS MICHAEL, GABRIEL AND RAPHAEL, ARCHANGELS Feast 
Thu 30Saint Jerome, Priest, Doctor 
October
Fri 1Saint Thérèse of the Child Jesus, Virgin, Doctor 
Sat 2The Holy Guardian Angels 
Sun 327TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Psalm week 3
Mon 4Saint Francis of Assisi 
Tue 5Tuesday of week 27 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Faustina Kowalska, Religious  
Wed 6Wednesday of week 27 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Bruno, Priest  
Thu 7Our Lady of the Rosary 
Fri 8Friday of week 27 in Ordinary Time  
Sat 9Saturday of week 27 in Ordinary Time  
or Saints Denis, Bishop, and his Companions, Martyrs  
or Saint John Leonardi, Priest  
or Saturday memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary  
Sun 1028TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Psalm week 4
Mon 11Monday of week 28 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint John XXIII, Pope  
Tue 12Tuesday of week 28 in Ordinary Time  
Wed 13Wednesday of week 28 in Ordinary Time  
Thu 14Thursday of week 28 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Callistus, Pope, Martyr  
Fri 15Saint Teresa of Ávila, Virgin, Doctor 
Sat 16Saturday of week 28 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Hedwig, Religious  
or Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque, Virgin  
or Saturday memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary  
Sun 1729TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Psalm week 1
Mon 18SAINT LUKE, EVANGELIST Feast 
Tue 19Tuesday of week 29 in Ordinary Time  
or Saints John de Brébeuf and Isaac Jogues, priests, and their Companions, Martyrs  
or Saint Paul of the Cross, Priest  
Wed 20Wednesday of week 29 in Ordinary Time  
Thu 21Thursday of week 29 in Ordinary Time  
Fri 22Friday of week 29 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint John Paul II, Pope  
Sat 23Saturday of week 29 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint John of Capistrano, Priest  
or Saturday memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary  
Sun 2430TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Psalm week 2
Mon 25Monday of week 30 in Ordinary Time  
Tue 26Tuesday of week 30 in Ordinary Time  
Wed 27Wednesday of week 30 in Ordinary Time  
Thu 28SAINTS SIMON AND JUDE, APOSTLES Feast 
Fri 29Friday of week 30 in Ordinary Time  
Sat 30Saturday of week 30 in Ordinary Time  
or Saturday memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary  
Sun 3131ST SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Psalm week 3
November
Mon 1ALL SAINTS Solemnity 
Tue 2ALL SOULS 
Wed 3Wednesday of week 31 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Martin de Porres, Religious  
Thu 4Saint Charles Borromeo, Bishop 
Fri 5Friday of week 31 in Ordinary Time  
Sat 6Saturday of week 31 in Ordinary Time  
or Saturday memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary  
Sun 732ND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Psalm week 4
Mon 8Monday of week 32 in Ordinary Time  
Tue 9DEDICATION OF THE LATERAN BASILICA Feast 
Wed 10Saint Leo the Great, Pope, Doctor 
Thu 11Saint Martin of Tours, Bishop 
Fri 12Saint Josaphat, Bishop, Martyr 
Sat 13Saturday of week 32 in Ordinary Time  
or Saturday memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary  
Sun 1433RD SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME Psalm week 1
Mon 15Monday of week 33 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Albert the Great, Bishop, Doctor  
Tue 16Tuesday of week 33 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Margaret of Scotland  
or Saint Gertrude, Virgin  
Wed 17Saint Elizabeth of Hungary, Religious 
Thu 18Thursday of week 33 in Ordinary Time  
or Dedication of the Basilicas of Saints Peter and Paul, Apostles  
Fri 19Friday of week 33 in Ordinary Time  
Sat 20Saturday of week 33 in Ordinary Time  
or Saturday memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary  
Sun 21CHRIST THE KING Solemnity 
Mon 22Saint Cecilia, Virgin, Martyr Psalm week 2
Tue 23Tuesday of week 34 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Clement I, Pope, Martyr  
or Saint Columbanus, Abbot and Missionary  
Wed 24Saints Andrew Dũng-Lạc and his Companions, Martyrs 
Thu 25Thursday of week 34 in Ordinary Time  
or Saint Catherine of Alexandria, Virgin, Martyr  
Fri 26Friday of week 34 in Ordinary Time  
Sat 27Saturday of week 34 in Ordinary Time  
or Saturday memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary  
Sun 281ST SUNDAY OF ADVENT Psalm week 1
Mon 29Monday of the 1st week of Advent  
Tue 30SAINT ANDREW, APOSTLE Feast 
December
Wed 1Wednesday of the 1st week of Advent  
Thu 2Thursday of the 1st week of Advent  
Fri 3Saint Francis Xavier, Priest 
Sat 4Saturday of the 1st week of Advent  
or Saint John Damascene, Priest, Doctor  
Sun 52ND SUNDAY OF ADVENT Psalm week 2
Mon 6Monday of the 2nd week of Advent  
or Saint Nicholas, Bishop  
Tue 7Saint Ambrose, Bishop, Doctor 
Wed 8THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY Solemnity 
Thu 9Thursday of the 2nd week of Advent  
or Saint Juan Diego Cuauhtlatoatzin  
Fri 10Friday of the 2nd week of Advent  
or Our Lady of Loreto  
Sat 11Saturday of the 2nd week of Advent  
or Saint Damasus I, Pope  
Sun 123RD SUNDAY OF ADVENT Psalm week 3
Mon 13Saint Lucy, Virgin, Martyr 
Tue 14Saint John of the Cross, Priest, Doctor 
Wed 15Wednesday of the 3rd week of Advent  
Thu 16Thursday of the 3rd week of Advent  
Fri 1717 December  
Sat 1818 December  
Sun 194TH SUNDAY OF ADVENT Psalm week 4
Mon 2020 December  
Tue 2121 December  
(commemoration of Saint Peter Canisius, Priest, Doctor)
Wed 2222 December  
Thu 2323 December  
(commemoration of Saint John of Kęty, Priest).
Fri 2424 December  
Sat 25CHRISTMAS DAY Solemnity 
Sun 26THE HOLY FAMILY Psalm week 1
Mon 27SAINT JOHN, APOSTLE, EVANGELIST Feast 
Tue 28THE HOLY INNOCENTS, MARTYRS Feast 
Wed 295th day within the octave of Christmas  
(commemoration of Saint Thomas Becket, Bishop, Martyr)
Thu 306th day within the octave of Christmas.
Fri 317th day within the octave of Christmas  
(commemoration of Saint Silvester I, Pope)
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Are You Addicted To Watching Xvideos? Here Is An Important Message For You

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Are You Addicted To Watching Xvideos? Here Is An Important Message For You.This message is important for those that loves watching xvideos.

One of the most trending lifestyle for both adult and children is watching of Xvideos. Technology has increased the height of which majority used in watching xvideos in this present time.

There are alot of negative effect in watching Xvideos, if you are an addicted type of person then this important message is for you.

Here are 3 negative effects of watching Xvideos In this article.

It causes Mental disorderliness

Being addicted and watching Xvideos affects the brain, to as to reduce the function of the normal brain capacity. Some phychologists and doctors says that it can damage the brain system.

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It affect your marital life.

Watching of Xvideos constantly can lead to self stimulation of which can cause problem to ones relationship.

Are You Addicted To Watching Xvideos? Here Is An Important Message For You.

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It reduces your mental productivity

If you get yourself addicted to watching Xvideos, it can easily hinder you from thinking about something profitable, you will only have time to think of how to watch it over and over again. You won’t be able to focus academically and socially because all the thinks about is how to satisfy their body urge.

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