Societies

For at least a thousand years, lay Catholics have organized themselves into associations, confraternities, guilds and prayer groups. These associations have organized believers to carry out various acts of piety: to care for the poor and sick, to foster particular forms of prayer and devotion, and to organize feasts. Believers have organized themselves by gender, ethnicity, life-situation (e.g. youths, mothers and fathers), occupation and social status. Groups like these are often essential to members' lives and religious practice.

The following are the numbers of groups or societies in our church.

1. CATHOLIC CHARISMATIC RENEWAL OF NIGERIA (CCRN)
2. CONFRATERNITY OF CHRISTIAN MOTHERS (CCM)
3. ST. VINCENT DE PAUL
4. ST. ANTHONY OF PADUA
5. ST. PATRICK EDO/DELTA
6. ST. AUGUSTINE TIV
7. ST. PETERS AKWA IBOM/CROSS RIVER/RIVERS
8. ST. MICHAEL YORUBA
9. ST. THOMAS IGEDE
10. ST. JUDE
11. ST. RITA
12. ST. JOSEPH ANAMBRA/ENUGU/EBONYI
13. ST. EUGENE IMO/ABIA
14. SS. PETER & PAUL IDOMA
15. ST. GABRIEL AEWANCHI
16. SACRED HEART OF JESUS
17. ALL SAINT IGALA
18. BOARD OF LECTORS
19. CHOIR
20. HOLY NAME FELLOWSHIP
21. DIVINE MERCY
22. MINISTERS OF HOSPITALITY
23. PRECIOUS BLOOD OF JESUS
24. CONFRATERNITY OF OUR LADY OF MOUNT CARMEL
25. LEGION OF MARY
26. ZUMUNTAMATA
27. ALTER SERVERS
28. M.O.D
29. BLUE ARMY
30. QUEEN OF ALL HEARTS
31. BLOCK ROSARY CRUSADE
32. INFANT JESUS OF PRAGUE
33. OUR LADY OF PEPPERTUAL HELP
34. COMMUNICATION COMMITTEE.