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Pope Francis launch
Holy Year of Mercy
Mrs. Mahama being supported by Fr. Campbell to distribute sweets to the Children
Pope Francis arrives in Kenya at start of landmark Africa tour
Palmer-Buckle urges African Communicators to tell their own stories
Most Rev. Charles Palmer-Buckle, Chairman of the Board of the Catholic News Agency for Africa (CANAA), says that it was time Catholic Journalists on the African Continent strive to make the voice of the Church heard within and beyond its borders.
Bishop Osei-Bonsu Clarifies
Statement on Gitmo Demonstration
When news broke nearly two weeks ago that two prisoners from Guantanamo Bay had been brought to Ghana, the Ghana Catholic Bishops’ Conference issued a Press Statement on 11 January 2016 expressing its position on the matter. Following this, more than 30 FM stations called me to interview me on the subject. At some point last week, I decided that I had said a lot on the matter and was no longer going to comment further on the matter.
I left Ghana on Monday, 18 January 2016 to attend a conference of bishops in Lisbon, Portugal, and while here, my attention has been drawn to a caption in the media that states: “Catholic Bishops to lead demo over two Guantanamo Bay prisoners”. I would like to point out that the Ghana Bishops’ Conference has not taken any such decision. If it had, it would have issued a statement about it. Click here to Continue.
Plenary session of the the Ghana Catholic Bishops Conference in Accra