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PARISH CATECHIZING PROGRAMME!

There will be catechizing lectures for two months in the parish from March, 2017 to April, 2017; followed by quiz competition among societies and organizations in these areas: Sacraments, Sacramental, lives of the saints – St. Joseph, St. Rita, St. Kizito and Blessed Tansi. Lectures duration: From 5th March to 23rd April, every Sunday at… Read more

60th Birthday Sr. Joe!

Sr. Josephine Titiloye, Invites you dad/mum/br/Sr/, Join her to thank the Lord for His goodness & love for the past 60 yrs. Mass: Wed 10.am 11/1/17, at  St. Kizito,  Iju Reception follows. Don’t Mss Out!!!  i!!

CONGRATULATIONS!!!

Our Dearest Parish Priest, Rev. Fr. Paul Ighabor… May your birthday and every day be filled with the warmth of sunshine, the happiness of smiles, the sounds of laughter, the feeling of love and the sharing of good cheer. On this special day, we wish you all the very best, all the joy you can… Read more

CreCHE Iju

ADMISSION!!! ST. KIZITO CATHOLIC CRÈCHE, NURSERY AND PRIMARY SCHOOL The new St. Kizito Catholic Crèche, nursery and primary school will begin session by September, 2016. Parents/guardians are hereby informed that the application forms are now available at the parish office. Come and pick the registration forms for your children/wards at the parish office. Register your… Read more

MY MARRIAGE!!

A Nine weeks Seminar on “MARRIRD and UNMARRIED” , MARRIAGE and the FAMILY , Organised by Rev. Fr Paul Ighabor every Sunday by 5pm and ends with Benediction…..Come and Experience and Awakening your Marital Vows!!!    DON’T MISS OUT!!!

STATIONS OF THE CROSS

 Stations of the Cross hold every Wednesday and Friday inside the church building throughout the season of Lent. Parishioners should endeavor to participate actively in this spiritual exercise and be blessed.

6th January,2016

Reflection Of The Day We have come to know and to believe in the love God has for us. (1 John 4:16) “You don’t love me!” Every parent has heard this accusation from a disgruntled child. Usually the subtext is, “If you really loved me, you’d let me do—or have—what I want right now.” When… Read more