The Accra Archdiocesan mission office has climaxed the extraordinary mission month at St Thomas Aquinas chaplaincy, Legon.
The event, which was led by Reverend Father Patrick Tindana took place on October 30, 2019 with a focus on “making mission a spirituality.”
The climax was graced by the Metropolitan Archbishop of Accra most Rev John Bonaveture Kwofie, Religious, students and the lay faithful to renew the church’s missionary commitment using an all-inclusive means readily available.
Director of the Archdiocesan Mission Office, Reverend Father Patrick Tindana explained that the mission has been tailored to journey the faithful through the mission activities of the church.
“As an Archdiocese , our goal is to bring mission to our digital world and then the universal solidarity fund because everybody knows that we need money to carry out the work of evangelisation, the climax has helped us to understand mission more”, he said.
For his part, Most Rev. John Bonaventure Kwoffie said the extraordinary mission month does not end with the climax but rather paves way for the church to put into practise with awareness created what virtues were acquired throughout the mission month.
Archbishop Kwofie also averred that the extraordinary mission month is the nature of the church and called on the baptised to be the light of the world and out into the world with a heightened responsibility.
He further charged the youth “to learn more about the church, to rise up to the challenge of the society today, to use the media to learn about Christ, and live the mission”. He added that championing the mission is a call on all.