The Maria Assumpta Cathedral Parish

Maria Assumpta Cathedral Parish is the centre of worship and the seat of Catholic church in the Owerri Metropolitan see. The Parish Priest of the Maria Assumpta Parish is the Archbishop His Grace Most Rev Anthony J.V. Obinna. The Administrator of the Cathedral is appointed by the Archbishop with priests that assist the Cathedral administrator. The Maria Assumpta Parish operate like every other Parish in the Archdiocese with all the known sodalities in the church eg Catholic Men Organisation, Catholic Women Organisation, the Youth, Mary League and other sodalities. Masses and confessions are held at given times weekly. The Cathedral Parish is at the Centre of Owerri town  in gothics adorned in baroques and rococo.

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The Cathedral Administrator, Fr Nich Ijemaru

 

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The Cathedral Administrator

Ignorant men raise questions that wise men answered a 1000 years ago.

Working from home meant we could vary snack and coffee breaks, change our desks or view, goof off, drink on the job, even spend the day in pajamas, and often meet to gossip or share ideas. On the other hand, we bossed ourselves around, set impossible goals, and demanded longer hours than office jobs usually entail. It was the ultimate “flextime,” in that it depended on how flexible we felt each day, given deadlines, distractions, and workaholic crescendos.

 

 

Ignorant men raise questions that wise men answered a 1000 years ago.

Working from home meant we could vary snack and coffee breaks, change our desks or view, goof off, drink on the job, even spend the day in pajamas, and often meet to gossip or share ideas. On the other hand, we bossed ourselves around, set impossible goals, and demanded longer hours than office jobs usually entail. It was the ultimate “flextime,” in that it depended on how flexible we felt each day, given deadlines, distractions, and workaholic crescendos.

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Ignorant men raise questions that wise men answered a 1000 years ago.

Working from home meant we could vary snack and coffee breaks, change our desks or view, goof off, drink on the job, even spend the day in pajamas, and often meet to gossip or share ideas. On the other hand, we bossed ourselves around, set impossible goals, and demanded longer hours than office jobs usually entail. It was the ultimate “flextime,” in that it depended on how flexible we felt each day, given deadlines, distractions, and workaholic crescendos.

 

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Ignorant men raise questions that wise men answered a 1000 years ago.

Working from home meant we could vary snack and coffee breaks, change our desks or view, goof off, drink on the job, even spend the day in pajamas, and often meet to gossip or share ideas. On the other hand, we bossed ourselves around, set impossible goals, and demanded longer hours than office jobs usually entail. It was the ultimate “flextime,” in that it depended on how flexible we felt each day, given deadlines, distractions, and workaholic crescendos.

Ignorant men raise questions that wise men answered a 1000 years ago.

Working from home meant we could vary snack and coffee breaks, change our desks or view, goof off, drink on the job, even spend the day in pajamas, and often meet to gossip or share ideas. On the other hand, we bossed ourselves around, set impossible goals, and demanded longer hours than office jobs usually entail. It was the ultimate “flextime,” in that it depended on how flexible we felt each day, given deadlines, distractions, and workaholic crescendos.

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Ignorant men raise questions that wise men answered a 1000 years ago.

Working from home meant we could vary snack and coffee breaks, change our desks or view, goof off, drink on the job, even spend the day in pajamas, and often meet to gossip or share ideas. On the other hand, we bossed ourselves around, set impossible goals, and demanded longer hours than office jobs usually entail. It was the ultimate “flextime,” in that it depended on how flexible we felt each day, given deadlines, distractions, and workaholic crescendos.