Mass Schedule

7am Mass

First Mass of the day. Very calm and solemn. Ambient of spirituality and intimacy with God. It usually has less participants compared to other Masses mainly because of the time. Young people and people whose job requires them to be at work on Sundays prefer this time, this includes health workers, and other frontline line workers.

9am Mass

Second Mass of the day. This is the most activity packed mass. Spirituality connected with great songs from the parish choir. It usually has more participants compared to other Masses. This Mass is also streamed live via our YouTube channel and on this website. Most society and group meetings start after this mass.

11am Mass

The last Mass of the day. Can only be described as relaxed. While the timeslot allocated for the mass is strictly maintained, it is usually calm and not hurried since no other mass comes after. workers on night duty like doctors and nurses prefer this Mass as it gives them time to rest after work before proceeding to church. is a platform with a rich repository of content about the Faith. The parish has partnered with to make this great content available to you.

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“Dear brothers and sisters, the Ascension does not point to Jesus’ absence, but tells us that he is alive in our midst in a new way. He is no longer in a specific place in the world as he was before the Ascension. He is now in the lordship of God, present in every space and time, close to each one of us.”

† Alfred Adewale Martins

Archbishop of Lagos

My dear brothers and sisters in Christ, what we celebrate today is the kinship of Christ over our lives. We celebrate our readiness to follow him along the path of life and to live like him. Our celebration today would have included Eucharistic procession, but for the Coronavirus pandemic.

Very Rev. Fr. Julius Abiodun Olaitan

Parish Priest & Dean Lagos Island Deanery

Our Story

A small body of determined spirits fired by an unquenchable faith in their mission can alter the course of history. …Mahatma Gandhi

The Apostolic Nuntiature on Anifowose Street, for a long time (between 1965 and 2002) has provided some of the Catholics who worked and lived in its vicinity, a place of worship in the quiet Chapel within the Nuntiature. The movement of the Apostolic Nuntiature to Abuja in 2002 provided a great opportunity to have a public place of worship as different from the private chapel of the Nuntiature…

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Parish Priest & Dean Lagos Island Deanery

Very Rev. Fr. Julius Olaitan

Rev. Fr. Juilus Olaitan is a well known father in archdiocese of Lagos and it's environs, he is a minister of God who is well grounded in the word of God.

Assistant Parish Priest

Rev. Fr. John Oscar Obi

"Dear Rev. Oscar John, the Lord your God has chosen you out of all the peoples on earth to be his own, his treasured possession." Message of Arch. Bishop of Lagos at the ordination of Fr. Oscar

Parish Secretary

Margaret Holmes