Coming Events

Archdiocese Lenten Pilgrimage πŸ—“


Laity Annual Lecture πŸ—“

Laity Annual Lecture Caritas Lagos collection

Societies’ Lenten Recollection Day 1 πŸ—“


Tithe Sunday πŸ—“


Saints Perpetua and Felicity, Martyrs πŸ—“

Saints Perpetua and Felicity (- 203) were martyred at Carthage in 203 during the persecution of Septimius Severus. With so many martyrs of the third and fourth centuries we have to say β€œthey were martyred but nothing else is known about them.” That is not the case here. We have a detailed contemporary account of ...

International Women’s Day πŸ—“


Saint Frances of Rome, Religious πŸ—“

St Frances of Rome (1384 – 1440) was born in Rome in 1384 and was married at the age of 13. Although she had wanted to be a nun, she was happily married for 40 years and had three sons. She distributed gifts to the poor and ministered to the sick. She was remarkable for ...

Diocesan Seminar with Deans & Laity πŸ—“

Seminar with the Deans and representatives of Lay associations (in view of the Deanery Pastoral and Laity Councils Guidelines) Date: 10-Mar, 2018

Societies’ Lenten Recollection Day 2 πŸ—“


Augustine University Support Sunday πŸ—“


Lenten Novena starts πŸ—“

Lenten Novena to St. Jude Thaddeus 14-22 Mar, 2018

Societies’ Lenten Recollection Day 3 πŸ—“

Societies’ Lenten Recollection Day 3 St Patrick, Bishop: Secondary Patron of Nigeria St Patrick (385 – 461) was born in Roman Britain around the end of the 4th century, and died in Ireland about the middle of the 5th century. As a missionary bishop, he endured many hardships and faced opposition even from his friends ...

Saint Joseph, husband of the Blessed Virgin Mary πŸ—“

Nothing is known of St Joseph except what is said of him in the Gospels. He was a carpenter; he accepted the will of God; and he supported Mary and brought up Jesus. From the human character of his son we can see that he was a good and responsible father. Although he is not ...

Lenten Novena ends πŸ—“

Lenten Novena to St. Jude Thaddeus 14-22 Mar, 2018

Saint Turibius of Mongrovejo, Bishop πŸ—“

St Turibius of Mongrovejo (1538 – 1606)was born in Spain in about 1538 and studied law at the university of Salamanca. He was named bishop of Lima in 1580 and sailed to America. Full of apostolic zeal, he traversed his gigantic diocese three times, generally on foot, baptizing, teaching and confirming the natives. He assembled ...

Societies’ Lenten Recollection Day 4 πŸ—“


Palm Sunday πŸ—“

Palm Sunday is the final Sunday of Lent, the beginning of Holy Week, and commemorates the triumphant arrival of Christ in Jerusalem, days before he was crucified. Palm Sunday is known as such because the faithful will often receive palm fronds which they use to participate in the reenactment of Christ’s arrival in Jerusalem. In ...

Holy Thursday πŸ—“

Holy Thursday is the commemoration of the Last Supper of Jesus Christ, when he established the sacrament of Holy Communion prior to his arrest and crucifixion. It also commemorates His institution of the priesthood. The holy day falls on the Thursday before Easter and is part of Holy Week. Jesus celebrated the dinner as a ...

Good Friday πŸ—“

Good Friday is the day on which Catholics commemorate the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. Catholics are joined by almost all other Christians in solemn commemoration on this day. It is also a legal holiday around much of the world. According to the gospels, Jesus was betrayed by Judas on the night of the Last Supper, ...

Holy Saturday, Easter Vigil πŸ—“

Holy Saturday is a day of joy and sadness intermingled; it is the close of the season of Lent and penance, and the beginning of paschal time, which is one of rejoicing. By a noteworthy exception, in the early Church this was the only Saturday on which fasting was permitted (Constit. Apost., VII, 23), and ...

Easter Sunday πŸ—“

Easter is the celebration of Christ’s resurrection from the dead. It is celebrated on Sunday, and marks the end of Holy Week, the end of Lent, the last day of the Easter Triduum (Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Sunday), and is the beginning of the Easter season of the liturgical year. As we know ...

Easter Monday, Easter Galiliee πŸ—“


RCIA, Batch 2 πŸ—“


Divine Mercy Sunday πŸ—“

Since 2000, the second Sunday of Easter has also been known as Divine Mercy Sunday. Here are some extracts from a sermon given by Pope John Paul II on the occasion of the canonization of Sister Faustina Kowalska on 30 April 2000 (Vatican web site): Today my joy is truly great in presenting the life ...

The Annunciation of the Lord πŸ—“

The mystery of Mary’s cooperation in God’s plan has inspired some of the most profound reflection in the Christian tradition. As well it should. Prophet Isaiah places the event within the fulfillment of God’s plan and the answer to His promise to Israel. Therefore the Lord himself will give you this sign: the virgin shall ...

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