• 1 Every Dominican begins his journey at the novitiate
    It's one whole year of intense retreat with the Lord to discern one's vocation
  • 2 After the Novitiate, one makes a religious profession of Simple Vows
    One then begins his studies of Philosophy and Theology for the Priesthood
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    A Community at Prayer
    The journey to the Priesthood is a journey of prayer, study, community living, regular observances and apostolate.
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    At Solemn Profession, one dedicates himself entirely to God for life
    Solemn Profession is made shortly after beginning Theological Studies
  • 6 At Ordination, one begins the apostolic life proper
    As Dominicans, our apostolate flows from our community life. We share the fruits of our common contemplation
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BE REMINDED that our SVS NATIONAL LENTEN RETREAT STILL HOLDS FROM FRIDAY MARCH 3RD, TO SUNDAY, MARCH 5, 2017 AT THE USUAL VENUE IN IBADAN. COME WITH YOUR ROSARY AND GOOD NEWS BIBLE!
 
 
 
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Build a Cloister for the Lord (Accommodation for our Dominican Students)

What is a Cloister and what is its significance for the Dominicans?
A Cloister is an enclosed place, restricted to religious alone, where they retire to commune with God. For us Dominicans, the purpose of cloister is for contemplation, study of sacred truth and the fostering of fraternal life.

Why should you contribute to the building of a Cloister?
*It is a way of indirectly partaking in the mission of the Dominican Order which is the salvation of souls.
*Dominicans who live in this cloister will continually pray for you and for your family.
*You become not only a beneficiary of the ministry of the Dominicans but also become cooperators of the ministry of saving souls.
*It is for your own salvation and for the salvation of others.

                    

Fund Raising Module I
A Room (Named after the donor)
N1,500,000.00 (approx $9375)
Basement Total Cost  (Named after the donor)
N10,000,000.00 (approx $62500)
Library (Named after the donor)
N2,000,000.00 (approx $12500)
Pillar (Named after the donor)
N250,000.00 (for each)
(approx $1562.50 for each)
Reception (Named after the donor)
N2,000,000.00 (approx $12500)
Roofing (Named after the donor)
N8,000,000.00 (approx $50000)
Chapter Room (Named after the donor)
N3,000,000.00 (approx $18750)
General Store (Named after the donor)
N3,000,000.00 (approx $18750)
Kitchen (Named after the donor)
N3,500,000.00 (approx $21875)
Laundry (Named after the donor)
N2,500,000.00 (approx $15625)
 
Fund Raising Module II
Diamond Donors
N750,000.00 (approx $4687.50)
Platinum Donors
N500,000.00 (approx $3125.00)
Golden Donors
N250,000.00 (approx $1562.50)
Silver Donors
N100,000.00 (approx $625.00)
Bronze Donors
N50,000.00 (approx $312.50)
Others
N1.00 - N49,000
(approx $1 - $300)
 
 
Make your donations to:
 
First Bank Plc – 
Acc Name: Society for Vocation Support 
Acc No: 2003805808 
 
Eco Bank Plc – 
Acc Name: Society for Vocation Support 
Acc No: 0021720072 
 
Access Bank Plc -
Acc Name: Society for Vocation Support
Acc No: 0030381797 
 
Gt Bank Plc -
Acc Name: Society for Vocation Support
Acc No: 0029122274

 

For further enquiries, contact:

Rev. Fr. Stephen Ogbe, O.P
Director of Society for Vocations Support (SVS)

Head Office:
Dempsey House,
St. Dominic's Catholic Church
356, Herbert Macaulay Way,Yaba.
P.O. Box 44, Yaba, Lagos.

E-mail: omo572@yahoo.com, nvocation@yahoo.com

Phone: (0803-374-0935, 017374580)