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Hearing ‘cry of the poor’ is key message of ‘Laudato si’ – Cardinal Turkson

Cardinal Peter Turkson has said that the principle of “non-violence” extends beyond opposing physical violence, and must include the protection human rights from...

Saint of the day: St. Joan of Arc, Patroness of France and Soldiers 

Joan was born in France in 1412. She helped her brothers on the farm and often went to a nearby Chapel to pray to Jesus. When she was seventeen, Joan heard the voice of...

Opinion: Adelaide speaks on Vanity

It all began when she wanted to change her two year old smartphone. Nothing is wrong with the phone. It’s working perfectly. She just feels like changing it to get the...

An extract from the Church in Ghana’s History as St Michael Co-Cathedral clocks 130 years

Prior to the establishment of the Roman Catholic Church of Keta, itinerant priests of the Society of African Missions from Agoue in the New Republic of Benin made...

Past Students of Holy Child School Contribute Ghc 70K to National COVID-19 Trust Fund

The National Union of Holy Child Past Students Association ( NUHOPSA) has made a donation of  Ghc 70,000 to the National COVID-19 Trust Fund. The Association made up of...

Saint of the day: St. Cyril, Martyr

Cyril was born in Caesarea to pagan parents around the third century. The exact date of his birth is not known. He suffered while still a boy at Cappadocia during the...

The lives of Four Ghanaian Bishops celebrating Episcopal silver jubilee today

On May 28, 1995, His Eminence Jozef Cardinal Tomko, ordained 5 priests as Bishops at then Independence Square in Accra. The Bishops, Archbishop Philip Naameh, Bishop...

Saint of the day: St. Germanus, Bishop of Paris

One of the glories of France in the 6th century, St. Germanus was born near Autun about the year 496. He was ordained by St. Agippinus, Bishop of the diocese, and...

Saint of the day: St. Augustine Of Canterbury, Bishop

Pope St. Gregory the Great sent St. Augustine, a monk of the Benedictine monastery of St. Andrew in Rome, with 39 of his brothers to England. On reaching England, St....

Covid-19: Dublin Archbishop, prepare to move beyond the virtual

The Archbishop of Dublin, Diarmuid Martin, has spoken about the path to a full resumption of public worship in Ireland. He said that “there is a longing by believers...