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May 27, 2018

St. Patrick’s Parish Nekede Visits Assumpta Minor Seminary Naze

  The Rector, staff and seminarians of Assumpta Minor Seminary Naze heaved a sigh of relief on Wednesday, May 2 as St. Patrick’s Parish Nekede paid them a visit with cash and foodstuffs in fulfillment of their duty of annual seminary visit/feeding of seminarians. The visit was described as a timely one as it came at a time when the harsh economy of Nigeria has made the cost of food items to skyrocket in the markets; making it excruciatingly difficult for boarding schools to maintain a good standard of feeding for their students. The visitors who were led by the…

St. Thomas Umuowa thumbs up for Fr. Ojimanu – Wishes him well in new assignment

  A send-off ceremony organized by the Catholic Community of Umuowa Ngor-Okpala L.G.A., for their pioneer Parish Priest, Rev. Fr. Philip Ojimanu has been concluded, Sunday, June 14, 2015 with the community members expressing delight and pride to have associated with the priest. The event, which commenced with a Eucharistic celebration was presided over by the outgoing priest and assisted by Rev. Fr. Kizito Ezenwoke, the new Parish Priest. Introducing the Mass, the chief celebrant who expressed joy for the ‘wonderful’ latitude availed him by God in the discharge of his pastoral duties, thanked the people for their convivial disposition,…

St. Thomas Umuowa inaugurates Parish Council, invests Altar Boys

Fr. Philip Ojimanu (PP) flanked by the newly elected Council members. Worshipers at St. Thomas Catholic Church Umuowa Ngor Okpala, Sunday, January 25, 2015 witnessed a new beginning in the pastoral activities of their church, when newly elected members of the Pastoral/Finance Council were inaugurated. The activity which attracted large number of Catholic faithful also featured the investiture of new members of the Altar Boys . The Inaugural Mass was presided over by Rev. Fr. Philip Ojimanu, Parish Priest, Rev. Fr. Henry Opara and Rev. Fr. Vitalis Oguh. Delivering the homily, Fr. Henry Opara reflected on the Sunday Readings that…