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Parish priest of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Ojota, Lagos, Rev. Fr. John Okoro has charged members of the Lagos Archdiocesan Catholic Men Organization (LACMO) to be good ambassadors of Christ.

Fr.Okoro made this charge while welcoming members of the LACMO 2019 Convention Organizing Committee during their joint meeting with deanery coordinators and parish chairmen in the parish on Satursday.

“Be Good ambassadors of Christ, be good ambassadors of St Joseph your patron saint. Sometimes we tend to deviate from those values that promote the church, but I know that with little advice from one another we can make a head way. I want to thank you for doing a good job and I pray that God will continue to bless you,” he said.

Photo: Rev. Fr. John Okoro (standing), and a cross section of LACMO executives during the occasion

“Be good ambassadors in loving your wives, as St Joseph loved his wife,and also his foster son Jesus. You should be good ambassadors in loving your children also. I pray that the lord will bless you in your works, your businesses and in all your endeavours, through Christ our lord,” he went further to say. President of LACMO, Mr. John Aigbokhaode had earlier inaugurated the committee.


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