Chaplaincy Spotlight
Sunday Masses Schedule
Sunday: 07:00am & 09:00am
Holy Hour
Every Sunday: 6.30pm - 07:30pm
Know Your Faith
2nd & 4th Sunday: 5.00pm
Weekday Masses Schedule
Monday - Friday: 6:15am
Saturday: 07:00am
Monday: 12:Noon (Students & Staff)
Monday, Wednesday & Friday: 6:30pm
1st Saturday: 09:00am
Sacrament of Reconciliation
After Morning Masses: Saturday
General Office Hours
Monday, Tues, Fri: 09:00am - 04:00pm
Wed: 09:00am - 01:00pm
Break-Time: 01:00pm - 02:00pm
Thursday: Off day
Chaplain Office Hours
Tuesdays & Fridays
Time: 09:00am - 01:00pm
Father's Off Day - Thursday
Chapel of Perpetual Adoration
Monday - Saturday: 07:00am - 06:00pm
Sunday: 12:00noon - 06:00pm
Catechism Classes
Sunday: 04:00pm


Brief History
Saint Rita Society
Date of Establishment:
Prayer and Charity Work
Patron Saint:
Saint Rita
Mama Rita!!!......Wonder Worker!!!

Mrs. Ekechi Augustina C.


Mrs. Ojogwu E. Utogw

Vice President

Mrs. Ekekwe Angela C.

General Secretary

Mrs. Esonwune Matilda

Assistant General Secretary

Mrs. Onyeali Vivian


Mrs. Richard F. Gbemisola

Faith Formation Officer


Meeting days
Saturdays by 5pm in Children's Hall (back of the Church)

Devotional Activities:

To spread and promote devotion to St. Rita.
To encourage the habit of constant prayers, meditation and devotion to the passion of our Lord Jesus Christ.
To encourage Charity work, Caring for the old-aged ones, Visiting and praying for the sick, Prisoners, Helping the poor to encourage the practice of the following virtues of St. Rita among devotees, Faith, Hope, Charity, Perseverance, Endurance, Resignation to God's Will, Humility, Obedience and Love. Booking Masses for members, the Clergies and others.
To develop deep devotion to our Mother Mary, Queen of Peace etc.

Why Devotion to Saint Rita?

Apart from her miraculous conception and many other supernatural events in her life, St. Rita tasted the four (4) states of life; Wifehood, Motherhood, Widowhood and Sisterhood.
She was an exemplary wife, a courageous mother, a pious widow and a model nun.
"Children see in her a holy child, wives see in her the example of a good wife, widows see in her a widow, and nuns see in her a nun. To crown it all, she had a common message, her life had been a life of suffering, a life now gloriously transfigured"


Description date
15 Thursdays' prayer Start on January 28th to May 5th 2016
31 days Novena found in our daily prayer book on page 18 - 79 Start on 1st March - 31st March 2016, all are private prayers.
9 days Novena to our Patron St Comes up on 13th - 21st May 2016.While our feast day is on 22nd May 2016
Our charity work on Master Kenneth Iwuha's Education continues 2016