As part of Radio Angelus’ outside broadcast from the St. Roses SHS, Akwatia in the Catholic Diocese of Koforidua, some talented students took over the microphone from our news anchors to present the News Hour, our weekly news bulletin on Radio Angelus.
The students who delivered to the admiration of followers of Radio Angelus are also expected to moderate and play role of panellists on our flagship programme “Youth Agenda” at 7:15pm discussing, ” Life in a mission second cycle institution.”
As part of activities to mark the annual pastoral visit of the Chief Shepherd of the Catholic Diocese of Koforidua, Most Rev Joseph Kwaku Afrifa-Agyekum joined students of St. Rose’s Senior High School to climax the Rosary month on Thursday October 31,2019.
The prelate noted that, this activity is in line with the school’s vision of grooming the spiritual lives of students alongside their academic growth.
Speaking at the event, Most Rev Joseph Kwaku Afrifa-Agyekum urged students not to cease praying.
“My dear students, we have come to the conclusion of the rosary month. I believe you are happy not because you have come to the end of praying the rosary but I believe you will continue because every conclusion to something means the beginning of another. In this particular case, is the beginning of another prayer life,” he said.
Intentions of students and staff were blessed and burnt after the blessed virgin Mary was crowned.
Prior to the crowning of the blessed virgin Mary, staff and students converged at the forecourt of the school with a display of cultural performance.
St Rose’s Senior High is an all-female second cycle institution in Akwatia founded by the Dominican sisters in 1965.
St Rose’s Senior High School in the Catholic Diocese of Koforidua joined the world to climax the rosary month con-celebrated by the chief shepherd of the diocese.