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Doctrines & Morals


In the name of the Clergy, Religious and Lay Faithful of the Archdiocese of Ibadan, it is my pleasure to welcome you to our website. I do hope the site serves your needs during this visit.

As you encounter our Archdiocese in this medium, I pray God's peace and blessings on you and your family. Do remember our Archdiocese in your prayers. God bless you.

Most Rev. Gabriel 'Leke Abegunrin
Archbishop of Ibadan Archdiocese


News & Events…

Rev. Fr. Richard Williams Thiele C.Ss.R. R.I.P (Middle Pix)
With a heavy heart, but resignation to the will of the Redeemer, we announce the death of Fr. Richard Williams Thiele C.Ss.R. Rev. Fr. Thiele was a missionary from the United State of America, a member of the Redemptorist Province of Thailand an...

Today 17th of February 2021 is the day the church set aside to start our journey toward Easter, Ash Wednesday, the beginning of Lent.  Lenten season is a special season for Christians especially Catholics. A season of cleansing, a season of rewa...

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What a wretch I am?
Fri, 22 Oct 2021
Rom. 7:18-25, Lk. 12:54-59. Hope is a difficult virtue to appreciate and safeguard, since in many ways faith and love are more obvious. Faith can be clarified by studying nature, while love can clearly be obvious in our response to the needs of our neighbour. Hope is perhaps the most intangible of the three major vi

How I wish it were already kindled
Thu, 21 Oct 2021
Rom. 6:19-23, Lk. 12:49-53. In today's first reading, Paul reminds us of the dangers of sin and how sin reigned over us before Christ redeemed us from its dominion. Thus, he exhorts us to walk in the path of God and not submit themselves to the power of sin, for if we follow the way of sin, then we would suffer its

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