The Institute of Continuing Formation, ICF for short, located in Elmina in the Archdiocese of Cape Coast, has marked its silver jubilee anniversary with a solemn Thanksgiving Mass presided over by His Excellency, Most Rev. Jean Marie Speich, the Apostolic Nuncio to Ghana. The anniversary Mass which was attended by many Men and Women Religious, was concelebrated by the host Bishop, Most Rev. Matthias Kobena Nketsiah, the Metropolitan Archbishop of Cape Coast and Most Rev. John Bonnaventure Kwofie (C.S.S.P), the Bishop of Sekondi –Takoradi Diocese and many priests as well.
Members of the St. Teresa’s Seminary Old Boys Association, STOBA, for short, have presented their alma mater with a cash donation of GHC32,000.00 as their contribution towards the renovation of an old block to be used as an office complex. The donation according to the President of the Association came from the members of the US branch of the Association who have promised to urge other past students to show their appreciation in terms of donation to the seminary for what they benefited while going through the seminary formation even though they didn’t end up becoming priests.
A ceremony has been held at the premises of St. Gregory Catholic Hospital at Buduburam in the Central Region to dedicate a mortuary which had been built by the Archdiocese of Cape Coast. The facility which was put with a loan facility from the Investment Office of the Archdiocese is meant to cater for the dead in around the community according to the Investment Director, Very Rev. Fr. James Essuon.
Fr. Nicholas Amoakwa St. Anthony Parish, Agona Swedru PV
Fr. Emmanuel Akwasi Fynn St. Francis De Sales, Cathedral Parish PV
Fr. Stephen Afful St. Joseph’s Parish, Apam PV
Fr. Benjamin Agyeman-Duah Assumption of Mary-St. Paul’s Parish Kata-Nyank PV
Fr. Ebenezer Coleman St. John the Baptist Parish, Assin Bereku PV
The Archdiocese of Cape Coast under the auspices of Most Rev. Matthias Kobena Nketsiah, has commemorated the 25th Death Anniversary of the first Archbishop of Cape Coast Archdiocese, Most Rev. John Kojo Amissah (late), with two memorial lectures and a memorial Mass.The Memorial Mass which took place in the Archdiocesan Cathedral where his mortal remains lay was followed with a brief wreath laying ceremony. The first lecture which took place in Accra, was given by Archbishop Emeritus Peter K. Sarpong with Archbishop Charles Palmer Buckle taking the second at the Cape Coast University Auditorium. In all these lectures, the speakers diligently talked about who Kojo Amissah was, his ideals and convictions, his strong personality and his ever-readiness to defend the Catholic faith in Ghana and in Africa as a whole. The speakers underscored what he stood for during his life and they showed the relevance of his legacy to our contemporary days. At the end of the week-long celebration which saw the launching of an Educational Endowment Fund in his