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Get ready to discover more about the Basilica of the Most Holy Trinity. Located in the city of Onitsha, West Africa, Nigeria. It is the first Catholic Cathedral Basilica east of the Country, where hundreds of faithfuls gather regularly as we worship, learn, love and share God's grace and mercy with one another. We look forward to having you at one of our masses soon.


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After a prayerful reflection and mindful of the restrictions and policies from the national and state governments, we are providing these directives with regard to the celebration of Liturgical Activities During Covid-19 Pandemic.

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Once again, God has given us the privilege to be part of this year's special Seaon of Lent, beginning with Ash Wednessday. This is a period of penance, prayer, fasting and a period for the grace of God on us.

He is the first person in West Africa and the first African Priest to be beatified. Blessed Cyprian Michael Iwene Tansi is from Aguleri in our Archdiocese. Do you want to know more about him?

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He started out at St. Anthony's Catholic School, Umudioka, and St. Gabriel's Catholic School, Ifitedunu and then followed up with a secondary education at C.K.C., Onitsha.

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10th Anniversary of St. Mary's Awada (SUSPENDED!).

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Cathedraticum (Only 3 Persons from Each Parish!).

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Passion Sunday at the Basilica.

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4TH SUNDAY OF LENT (YEAR A)

Christ is our light and if we follow him, we will not walk in darkness, but he will remove spiritual blindness from us, and give us the faith to see things as they really are, says the Archbishop, Most Rev. Valerian Okeke. He urged us to have faith, for us to receive God’s gift of spiritual insight, in order to see the glory of God in our lives. He assures us of his prayer, for God in his infinite mercy and goodness, to protect and shield us all from the coronavirus pandemic, through Christ our Lord.

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FRANCIS CARDINAL ARINZE'S LECTURE SERIES

These are the Annual Lecture series of His Eminence, Francis Cardinal Arinze to the Priests, Religious and Lay faithfuls of the Catholic Archdiocese of Onitsha and beyond. His Eminence among other things, treats topics that relate with the Church and the Society in general.

Faith In Divine Providence

The Religious Life

The Healing Ministry In The Light Of Christian Ideals

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Masses @ The Basilica of Most Holy Trinity

Sunday: 5:15am, 7:00am, 8:30am, 10:30am & 6:15pm. Thursday: Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament 6:15pm. Saturday Evening: 5:30pm (Mass with Vespers 1 of Sunday). Monday-Saturday: 5:15am, 6:00am & 6:15pm. Other Masses outside the Basilica Church: 5:30am, 6:00am, 7:15am, 8:45am & 9:00am.