Very Rev. Fr. John Benyah Mensah, Parish Priest of St. John the Evangelist has urged all leaders to be humbled in their dealings. He made this pronouncement at the Thanksgiving Mass of the Supreme Subordinate Commandery and Ladies Auxiliary of St. John International, Ghana on September 1, 2019.
In his sermon, he stressed that a humble person needs to identify his weakness and must always learn to apologize so as to give a good assessment of himself.
For his part, The Supreme Subordinate Commandery President of the Knights of St. John International, Ghana, Major General Peter Sangber-Dery in his goodwill message called on the membership of Knights and Ladies Auxiliary of St. John International and all Catholic faithful to be of service to the Catholic Church.
To improve the artificial intelligence, and Information and Communication Technology of students, The Supreme Subordinate Commandery and Ladies Auxiliary donated laptop computers to St. John the Evangelist basic school at Adenta.
Present at the thanksgiving mass were delegations from the Knights and Ladies of Marshall, Ghana, led by the Supreme Knight, Sir Knight Bro. Ambrose Yenneh and Officers from the various Grand commanderies and Ladies Auxiliary (Accra, East Grand, Accra West, Accra, Koforidua – Ho Grand, Kumasi Grand, Cape Coast Grand, Tamale Grand and We Grand).
Source: Vincent Dela Goka