Greetings and blessings to all who visit this website!

It is my great pleasure to welcome you to this online space, where we will share our beliefs, values, and traditions with the world. I am excited to see this website come to life and to witness the many ways it will connect us with people near and far.

In this digital age, it is essential for us to have an online presence, and I am proud that we have created this website to serve as a platform for our community. Here, we will share information about our faith, our ministries, and our outreach efforts. We hope that this website will serve as a tool for us to communicate with one another, to build relationships, and to grow together as a community.

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

Most Rev. Dr. John Namaza Niyiring OSA
Bishop of Kano Diocese

Sacred Space

Mon, 03 Apr 2023
As we enter the sacred space, we step outside of the earthly realm and enter into the “heavenly” realm. We leave earthly life behind in order to enter into eternal life. As the priest and other liturgical ministers process from the entrance of the church to the sanctuary, we see this liturgical movement as ou..


Mon, 03 Apr 2023
We witness a general truth concerning relations between Christ and every man and women: it is rarely a matter of ambivalence. People come to him, and they leave him in deepest joy and gratitude, like the woman caught in adultery (John 7) or the blind man at the Siloah pond (John 9). Or they leave him in anger or sadness,..


Mon, 03 Apr 2023
REVEAL YOUR LOVE FOR JESUS Mary anoints the feet of Jesus and dries them with her hair. Christ is being anointed king, and we become part of his kingdom. In something of a foreshadowing of the sacrament of the anointing of the sick, Christ is consecrated to his suffering and death by which we r..


Sun, 26 Mar 2023
FROM DEATH TO LIFE Grace to Glory The season of lent invites us on a journey from sin to grace and on to glory. On the first Sunday of Lent we learnt from the Master how to defeat Satan in his temptations to worldliness, pride and idolatry. On the second Sunday, ..

I have come that they may have life

By Sr. Vivian Ameh
Mon, 09 May 2022
Acts 11:1-18, Jn 10:1-10. The events that led to great transformation in Peter after Pentecost should give us the greatest hope for the possibility of change in our life. From such an impulsive, self-centred man who dared to persuade Christ away from His way of the Cross (Cf. Mt. 16:22), became totally transparent to the..

The Good Shepherd lays down his life for his sheep

By Sr. Vivian Ameh
Sun, 08 May 2022
Acts 13:14.43-52, Rev. 7:9.14-17, Jn 10:27-30. On this Fourth Sunday of Easter also known as Good Shepherd Sunday Year C, the Church invites us to reflect the presence of Christ in our midst as the Good Shepherd of God’s people. On this day, the Church enjoins us to pray for credible vocations to the Priesthood and..

How can I repay the Lord for His goodness to me?

By Sr. Vivian Ameh
Sat, 07 May 2022
Acts 9:31-42, Jn 6:60-69. Today's Psalms begins with the words: “How can I repay the Lord for his goodness to me?” This should be a question we must ask ourselves everyday. Yet, so many people do not ask that question. Instead, they often ask: “What has God done for me?” o..

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