PLD Inter

PLD Ibadan

PLD Schools








Contact Us




Do you shop online? Raise money for Pro Labore Dei everytime you buy just by shopping through our easyfundraising page- CLICKHERE

Every time you search the web using CLICK HERE instead of Google or any other search engine, half a penny is raised for Pro Labore Dei.  Search just 15 times a day and you can raise around £25 a year.






The Pro Labore Dei Family comprises of persons from all walks of life- they can be full time or part time. “The harvest is plenty, but the laborers are few” (Lk. 10). The Lord of the harvest is free to pull laborers into His vineyard as He wills – married or unmarried, male or female, young or old, clergy or laity, consecrated, non consecrated persons or secular, professional or non-professional.  




'Let Pro Labore Dei grow into a giant tree with leaves that never die, giving shelter to the poor and stranger, an avenue of service for all who wish to serve you in the poor.'







We are young ladies who come to consecrate and to dedicate our lives entirely to God serving Him in the suffering poor/destitute. We give up father, mother, brothers, sisters, husbands, children, wealth, land to follow and model our lives after Christ in a spirit of poverty, simplicity, virginity and absolute obedience to God for the sake of His kingdom.


Married/Unmarried Members from all works of life - these work with the Consecrated Virgins. They join the Sisters in their prayers also as much as time permits apart from the practical work on the fields. They go through some training/formation. Any Christian who is not opposed to the statutes of Pro Labore Dei and teachings of the Catholic Church is welcome.




PLD Juniors (ages 9 –14 years) whom we teach to love God and to help the poor from this tender age.

These are children between the ages of 7-15 years who are being groomed to fear, love and serve God in their neighbours. Their free time is meaningfully utilized in the knowledge and service of God.

Proverb 22:6 says "Teach a child how he should live and he will remember it all his life".  


The first set, trained by Sr. Stella-Maris in 1994, are now responsible youths in Minor Seminaries, some are altar boys and all of them are a source of joy to God and their parents.  


They feed beggars on weekends.  


They assist in making rosary and keeping the compound clean.     

Let us encourage our children to join the group. It is a way of training your child in the way of God; remember, the fear of God is the begi


Mother Mary's Youth (Odichee)








Support groups 

This group is also made up of people from all walks of life. They are simply a group of helpers of the work who support and help the Chief Coordinator in the smooth running of the Headquarter or branch where they exist. They are involved in all aspects of the work, striving to take care of all the physical problems in order to allow the Chief Coordinator more time to attend to more urgent and spiritual matters.