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. 

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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.

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Holy Child School On A Peace Walk

Members of the writers’ club in Holy Child Senior High School, Cape Coast, have added their voice to the call on all Ghanaians, especially members of political parties to ensure that the country continues to enjoy peace before, during and after the December 7 elections. The sentiments of the students numbering over hundred were expressed in a peace walk they embarked on from their school through some principal streets of Cape Coast. The theme for the peace walk was ‘ Holycho for Peace’.  Speaking to the reporter, one of the students, Patience by name, said that they had taken upon themselves to make their parents and guardians aware that as children, they would be the ones to suffer most if anything untoward happened in the country as a result of the elections.

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New Appointments Effective 18th November, 2016

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

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Archbishop Kojo Amissah Remembered

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

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Five priests from the Catholic Archdiocese of Cape Coast and a priest from the Sekondi Takoradi Diocese have marked their 25 years of priestly ordination at Pedu Seminary with a solemn Thanksgiving Mass. The celebration which brought together family members and many well-wishers had Most Rev. Matthias Kobena Nketsiah in attendance.

Giving the homily, the Vicar General, Very Rev. Fr. Isaac Ebo-Blay said that the celebration of a Jubilee is a time of joy, liberation, reconciliation, forgiveness and love and so the occasion of their anniversary had brought a great joy to the Archdiocese and beyond. Father, however, admitted that their call like those of Isaiah and the apostles had not been without trepidation and uncertainty. The God who chose them knew their weakness yet he went ahead to call them.

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The Metropolitan Archbishop of Cape Coast, Most Rev. Matthias Kobena Nketsiah has raised the St. John the Evangelist Quasi Parish at Abrem Agona near Elmina to the status of a parish with Rev. Fr. Edward Yaw Gyasi as its first Parish Priest. According to the newly installed Parish Priest, Fr. Gyasi, the announcement to carve out some outstation churches under the Elmina parish for the newly created parish was made on 25th May, 2016 by the Archbishop. The inauguration, however, took place during a solemn celebration of the Holy Mass presided over by the Archbishop with other concelebrants. After the reception of Holy Communion, the Archbishop read the letter of inauguration and subsequently installed Rev Fr. Edward Gyasi as the Parish Priest.

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A book entitled ‘ Catholic  Social Doctrine At A Glance- Principles, Messages And Impact on Development’ authored by Sir Kt. Dr Lawrence A. Honny has been launched at the St. Peter’s Regional Seminary with a call on Catholics and the society as a whole to apply the teachings in such documents  in their developmental plans.

The author, Sir Dr. Honny said at the launch that his objective for writing the book was informed by a desire to correct the  misconception  people have that the Social Doctrine of the Church merely promotes the Catholic faith with no real message for others who do not profess the faith. He says that even though the Teachings are based on the Theology and Doctrine of the Catholic Church, it is far from a narrow profession of faith but rather deals with the development of the individual and human society.

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The Christian Health Association of Ghana, CHAG for short, has organized a one-day seminar for the youth of Christian denominations in Cape Coast, Central Region of Ghana. The Seminar which was coordinated by the Executive Secretary for health in the Archdiocese of Cape Coast, Rev. Fr. Daniel Neyoh, was under the theme: ‘Mental Health, Everybody’s Issue/Concern’.

One of the Resource Persons, Mr. Isaac Budu-Hayford of the Ankaful Psychiatry Hospital, took participants who were mainly young men and women through a host of issues regarding mental health issues.

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Annual Holy Family Feast celebration


Members of the Cape Coast Archdiocesan women Association (CWA) have ended their annual Holy Family Feast celebration at Cape Coast wit


h a call on all persons to b



e merciful. The three-day event which took place at St. Augustine College, saw over three thousand women in attendance. The annual festival of the women was celebrated under the theme: ‘Blessed are the M

erciful’ (Matthew 5:7) As part of their activities, some of the members paid a courtesy call on the Oguamanhen who appealed to them to pray for the nation and also urged them to do everything within their power to help curb the canker of immorality eating deep into the lives of the youth today.

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