Fr. Kingsley Ogbuji SSJ is a priest of the St. Joseph Society of the Sacred Heart
(also known as the Josephites). A native of Nigeria, Fr. Kingsley is currently the pastor of St. Peter Claver Catholic Church Houston, Texas, where he ministers to the spiritual and pastoral needs of the people. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in philosophy from the Pontifical Urban University of Rome.
In 2018, Fr. Kingsley received his MA and MDiv degrees in theology from the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, DC. He has a certificate in the ministry of healing and deliverance from Pope Leo XIII Institute in Chicago.
Fr. Kingsley Ogbuji is a graduate intern student working towards a master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from George Washington University. He volunteered at the Howard County Department of Corrections in Baltimore, Maryland where he provided counseling to the inmates. This experience helped him understand the helplessness and hopelessness people feel when they are in difficult situations.
Fr. Kingsley is the author of three books; “train that child,” “who killed the king,” and “Praying aggressively to counter Spiritual Wickedness.” He also has a music album called “Meditative Songs of healing.” Fr. Kingsley enjoys playing soccer, table tennis, and listening to Christian music, but his greatest love is in the Eucharist.