Most Rev. Dr.Emmanuel Badejo
WELCOME TO THE WEBSITE OF OYO DIOCESE
As Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Oyo, on behalf of the Priests, Religious and Laity of the diocese, I welcome you to this site. I hope your visit enriches you in soul and spirit. Please evangelize others with us through this and other means with by which you can contribute to our effort. Peace be with you and may God bless you always!
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"Many people have the misconception about the apostolate of of the religious, 'they do nothing' - some would say, being ignorant that they are the engine of the church... " those were some of the words of the Local Ordinary of the Catholic Diocese of Oyo - Most Rev. Emmanuel Badejo in his homily at the celebration of the World day of Consecrated Life which was also the Feast of the Presentation of our Lord Jesus Christ at St. John the Baptist, Isalu, Iseyin on Sunday 2nd February, Read More
They entourage that consisted of organization members from all the Deaneries of the Diocese sang special Christmas songs, thanked him for his assistance and support so far, told him about some of their future plans and prayed for the Bishop and the continued growth of the Diocese. Read More
In the Bible Service which began the program on Friday 6th at St Mary Magdalene Catholic Church, Tede, the preacher - Rev Fr Samson Ojo made known the importance of flying to the protection of Mary to Read More