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The Feast of Epiphany

by Kofi Nyame

By Most Rev. Joseph Osei-Bonsu, Bishop of Konongo-Mampong On Sunday, 4 January 2015, the Church will be celebrating the Feast of Epiphany. This is the feast of the manifestation or appearing of Jesus Christ. The name derives from the Greek, epiphaneia (manifestation). Among Eastern Christians the feast is also called theophaneia (the appearing of God). The date […]

A New Year Message to Ghanaians

by Kofi Nyame

A NEW YEAR MESSAGE TO GHANAIANS FROM MOST REV. JOSEPH OSEI-BONSU, PRESIDENT, GHANA CATHOLIC BISHOPS’ CONFERENCE, AND BISHOP OF KONONGO-MAMPONG Grace, mercy and peace from God the Father and from Christ Jesus our Lord be to you all (cf. 2 Tim. 1:2). Preamble My fellow Ghanaians, as we begin the year 2015, I would like […]

Appreciation Night 2014

by Kofi Nyame

“We are so often caught up in our destination that we forget to appreciate the journey, especially the goodness of the people we meet on the way. Most of all we forget the force that helps us in our journey; God. Appreciation is a wonderful feeling , we should not over look.” The long awaited […]

Appeal for Funds to Purchase a Bus for Pedu Seminary

by Kofi Nyame

Our Beloved in Christ, I would like to employ this medium to appeal to you, on behalf of the entire Pedu Seminary Community, for funds to help in the purchase of a bus for the seminary. The seminary, the house of formation for future priests, has a number of challenges to grapple with. Currently, one […]

Our Prayers

by Kofi Nyame

We will have three services each Sunday. 8:00 and 9:30 a.m. – Aenean leo vene quam. Pellntes ique ornare sem eius modte venenatis vestibum. Cras mattis itugir purus. Aenean le vene quam. Pellntes ique ornare seeim eiusmodte venenatis vestibum. Cras mattis citur exquisitely fari then far purus. Aenean leo vene quam. Pellntes ique ornare sem […]

Biographies: Rev. Fr. Emmanuel and Friar Frederick O.P.

by Kofi Nyame

Biography of Rev. Fr. Emmanuel Duku Fr. Emmanuel Duku, born on the 26th of September 1983 in Accra hails from Komenda in the Central Region of Ghana. The third born of four children to Mr. Joseph Henry Duku and Mrs Theresa Duku, both parishioners of St Theresa’s Parish, he joined the community of Worshippers at […]

Ordination 2013: Religion and Tradition

by Kofi Nyame

Fr Duku was the only Diocesan Deacon among the 23, with 2 of the 23 being Deacons of the Society of African Missionaries (SMA), 9 of them from the Congregation of the Holy Spiritans (CSSp), 9 of them Deacons of the Divine Word Missionaries (SVD) and 2 from the Comboni Missionaries of the Heart of […]

Rev. Fr. Emmanuel Obeng Cudjoe Ordained!!

by Kofi Nyame

Thanksgiving Mass As tradition demands, a Thanksgiving mass is held by the newly ordained Priest in his home Parish on the Sunday after the Ordination, and one was held at St Theresa Mini basilica, where the newly ordained, Rev Fr Emmanuel Teresa Obeng Codjoe, concelebrated with about 17 other priests at his first Mass, including […]

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