About

  • Father Brian jane

  • I was born in Windsor, Ontario October 20th, 1954. There are six children in my family who are all living in Ontario. My 2 parents are deceased.
    I attended Assumption High School, University of Windsor and Windsor law School graduating in 1977. For 20 years I practiced law in Windsor before entering St. Peter’s Seminary in London, Ontario. Previously I attained a Masters of
    Theology at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit and so spent only 3 years in formation at St. Peter’s Seminary before being ordained a
    priest in 2004. After ordination to the priesthood I went on to do further studies at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in the New Evangelization earning a Lacentiatus Gradum (STL)

    I served as Associate Pastor at Most Precious Blood Church in Windsor, and then two years at St. John the Baptist Church as Associate Pastor in Amherstburg followed by 13 years as Pastor.

  • Father Anthony Eboh

  • Greetings in the name of God.
    I warmly introduce myself as Rev. Fr. Anthony Eboh, I was born to Late Lawrence and Monica Eboh on January 20th, 1972 in Nigeria as the third child of family of four men and two women. I was ordained a catholic priest on July 13th, 2002 for the Catholic Diocese of Umuahia, Nigeria.
    Beside the fundamental priestly intellectual formation of Philosophy and Theology, I have master’s degree in Philosophy from University of Lagos and some study experiences in Clinical Pastoral Education and Clinical Mental Health Counseling from John Hopkins Hospital and Loyola University, Maryland USA.
    In my pastoral experiences, I served as Spiritual Director/Vice Rector at Immaculate Conception Seminary, Ahiaeke, Rector of Nativity Spiritual Year Seminary, Ozuabam, Pastor of various parishes within Catholic Diocese of Umuahia and Catholic Archdiocese of Lagos, Nigeria. I also served as Chaplain of Catholic Charismatic Renewal Movement, Chaplain of female Religious Order, member Umuahia Diocesan Vocation Team and Director of Inculturation Department of the diocese.
    I am delighted to be posted to Our Lady of Mercy, St. Benedict and St. Joseph Parishes to pastorally collaborate as a parochial vicar for the sanctification of the people of God and the good of the Mystical Body of Christ. I sincerely look forward to meeting you in the coming years as we share our experiences of our journey of salvation in the word of God and prayer for one another.
    Always be assured of my prayers.