Lumen Christi TV was officially launched in 2014 by the Archbishop of Lagos, Alfred Martins in the presence of other Bishops and the Catholic faithful. The Channel is geared towards furthering the gospel.
The headquarters of the TV station is located in Ajah, from which transmits multiple daily celebrations and the network is currently built a state-of-the-art production and broadcast facility on Ajah Neibourhood in Lagos, Nigeria.
The TV was established by an African for African Catholics, broadcasting the practice of Catholicism by Africans from the perspectives of their age-long, rich socio-cultural heritage. Started in Lekki, Lagos on 13 May 2014 aim to broadcast pure Catholic content 24 hours daily.”
Catholic viewers in Africa can expect the Daily Mass, Angelus, Holy Rosary recitation, homilies, reflections, and Catholic teachings meant to deepen the knowledge of the Catholic faithful. Other programs will be on the Catechism of the Church, documentaries, and the coverage of major Church events.
Lumen Chtristi is a lighthouse of Hope and a unique forerunner of the simple, yet profound Message of Jesus Christ, Who is made truly present among us in the Breaking of the Bread.