LET US PREPARE OURSELVES TOWARDS 2018 EASTER WITH PRAYER, FASTING AND CHARITY. 

HAVE A FRUITFUL LENTEN SEASON.

 

 

CONSECRATING GHANA INTO THE SACRED HEART OF JESUS CHRIST

 About two thousand people in one spirit and mind thronged the Holy Spirit Cathedral Saturday March 4, 2017 to witness the consecration ceremony of Ghana to the sacred heart of Jesus by the Catholic Church. The celebration was to solemnly commit Ghana, her leaders, people and her entire wellbeing to the unfathomable love of Jesus Christ who himself is God’s greatest gift of love to mankind.

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PRESBYTERAL MEETING 2017

The Catholic Archdiocese of Kumasi organizes the year 2017 version of the Presbyteral Meeting from Sunday, January 23, to Friday 27 January 2017. This is a yearly and essential meeting for all Catholic Priests in the Archdiocese.

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NUDGPA @ 40 CELEBRATED IN KUMASI

We, the members of the National Union of Ghana Catholic Diocesan Priests’ Associations (NUGDPA), having met for our 26th National/14th Biennal Congress at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, from Monday, 2nd    to Friday, 6th    January, 2017, on the occasion of our 40th Anniversary,  and having deliberated on the theme, “NUGDPA @ 40: THE JOYS AND CHALLENGES OF THE PRIESTHOOD”, reaffirm that:

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REPORT ON THE JUBILEE YEAR OF MERCY

 Introduction

This report, from the Catholic Archdiocese of Kumasi, Kumasi-Ghana, West Africa is on how the Archdiocese celebrated the Holy Year of Mercy declared by Pope Francis. The Year of Mercy began on Tuesday, December 8, 2015 when Pope Francis opened the Holy Door in St. Peter’s Basilica, symbolizing that a Jubilee is underway. 
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PIONEERS OF ST. GREGORY SEMINARY ORDAINED DEACONS

In this Year of MERCY, the Catholic Archdiocese of Kumasi had ordained eight (8) Deacons. This Diaconate ordination took place at the St. Peter’s Cathedral Basilica on the 17th December, 2016. They are the pioneers of the Provincial Major Seminary envisaged by the Local Ordinaries some years back. We are most grateful to God for the gifts of St. Gregory Provincial Major Seminary (Parkoso) and the first fruits of eight deacons for the Kumasi Archdiocese.

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