San Jose Igbo Catholics Bazaar 2017

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Welcome to the Nigerian Igbo Catholic Community of San Jose. We are excited you chose to visit and consider partnering with us to transform lives in our community. The Nigerian Igbo Catholic Community of San Jose has taught us about our proud Igbo Nigerian heritage rooted in very deep Catholic values and we are proud to call this community home.



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Nigerian Igbo Catholic Community San Jose Mass Announcement

JJoin our Virtual Igbo Mass this Sunday 10/25- 29th- Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A. Time: 10.00 (Pacific Time).
Sunday Mass Reading (Igbo & English)
Homilies and Reflections

You can join in through one of these:

The Mass will be followed by the Community Rosary, Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and Benediction. Join us for the Young Adults’ Panel after Mass at 11:30 AM

NICCSJ Daily Devotions

Join NICCSJ for October Devotions,
Monday to Saturday at 8.00 PM (Pacific Time)
Join through zoom - https://us02web.zoom.us/my/niccsj
ID - 9206647431 (or)
Join through phone: Call in +1 669 900 9128;
Access Code - 920 664 7431#
Click here for the NICCSJ October Devotions 2020
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Nigerian Igbo Catholic Community of San Jose (NICCSJ)

Online Giving Guidelines

You can give and support NICCSJ through one of these ways:

1. Zelle:

You can zelle your money to any of these phone numbers below and remember to write your name and purpose for giving like offertory collection or to redeem 360 pledge or other donations.

  • 4082307817- Chief Adolph Obilor (Financial Sec, NICCSJ) or
  • 4128864411- Mr. Gozie Okwelume (Treasurer, NICCSJ)

2. NICCSJ Website:

  • Go to our website - https://www.niccsanjose.org/index.php
  • Facing the home page on the top by the right you will see a blue rectangular box with Donate here
  • Click on Donate here and it will take you where you will donate with either your credit card or debit card or pay pall
  • Remember to write in the comment box during your donation, your name and the purpose of the donation.

3. Check:

  • Write a check to Nigerian Igbo Catholic Community of San Jose and on the memo of your check write the purpose of the donation. Mail the check to:

Chief Adolph Obilor
2279 Quail Bluff Place
San Jose, CA 95121

NICCSJ is a diocesan ministry under the Diocese of San Jose. Therefore, we are under the Diocese of San Jose's 506 ( C) (3) and our tax-exempt identification number is 942734503. Your donation to our community is tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.

"Each person should give as one has determined in one's heart; not grudgingly, or under compulsion; for God loves a cheerful giver"
(2 Corinthian 9:7)

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Nigerian Igbo Catholic Community San Jose

San Jose Igbo Catholic Community is a vibrant Christian Community based in San Jose, California. We profess the Catholic religion and worship our Lord in Igbo language. Our church, Saint Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, is a welcoming environment where all Igbos and friends across the Bay Area and beyond gather in service to God. Our monthly worship and gathering allows us to cultivate a lasting fraternal Igbo Catholic community, and in the process, promote and foster our Christian values.The San Jose Igbo Catholic Community is a chapter of the Igbo Catholic Community, USA (ICCUSA), with branches throughout the United States of America.

Our mission is to establish, nurture, and promote a thriving Igbo Catholic community in San Jose and neighboring cities in Northern California Bay Area,..

Our host parish, St. Francis of Assisi, belongs to the Diocese of San Jose which is coterminous with the boundaries of Santa Clara County and includes,..

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Welcome to the Nigerian Igbo Catholic Community of San Jose. We are excited you chose to visit and consider partnering with us to transform lives in our community. The Nigerian Igbo Catholic Community of San Jose has taught us about our proud Igbo Nigerian heritage rooted in very deep Catholic values and we are proud to call this community home.