Dear Parishioners and Friends,
With great delight, we humbly welcome you to St. Dominic’s Parish website in the Province of St. Joseph the Worker. As you already know, the relevance of information communication, accessibility and management through the internet cannot be undermined particularly as the world is rapidly growing into a global village. In this connection, we hope that through this platform, we shall keep you connected and informed at all times including our numerous friends of Dominicans in Diaspora.
St. Dominic’s is our treasure and Pride. Contribute to its spiritual and material wellbeing. Presently, we are blessed with ten friars in our Parish to lead / guide us in our spiritual and private needs. We have Three Masses per day during the weekdays (6:15am, 12:00 noon and 6:30pm), Six Masses per Sunday (see Mass Schedule) with a vibrant and classified catechetical lessons for our faith formation including over fifty (50) active societies; and Priests for regular / scheduled sacrament of reconciliation.
We sincerely encourage you to be a registered Parishioner, take your faith more seriously and join a society in the Church so as to stay active and grow in knowledge / spirituality. Always participate in our rich prayer and sacramental life for our collective spiritual growth.
For those requiring Counselling, Baptism, Marriage or other imperative clarifications, kindly note that the Parish office is open with a Priest on duty on a daily basis (Mondays – Fridays) Time: 8:30am – 12:00 pm and 4:30pm to 6:30pm). If you must see the Pastor in any situation, kindly fill up the Pastor’s Booking Form in the Parish office; otherwise, send an SMS to the Pastor on 07063042969 and get feedback before the end of the day.
In conclusion, we continue to appeal for your support to enable us meet up with our numerous projects in the Parish and our subsidy to the Province. Currently, we oversee two Out Stations: St. Stephen Catholic Church, Onike and St. Andrew Du-Lac Catholic Church, Iwaya; Three Chaplaincies: St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Chaplaincy (Yaba Tech), Our Lady Seat of Wisdom Catholic Chaplaincy (Queens College) and Our Lady Health of the Sick Catholic Chaplaincy (Psychiatric Hospital). Also, a Pastoral outreach: Our Lady of Tarkwa-Bay in the island of Tarkwa – Bay. These Outstations, Chaplaincies and Outreach are still struggling.
We thank you for your continuous generosities’ and Silent, Painless, Giving (SPG); and may the good Lord continue to bless and provide for your families.
Please, be Patient in the Lord.
Devotedly yours in Christ,
Rev. Fr. Felix Onemheghie, O.P.