Keta-Akatsi, 19 October, 2020 / 7:57 pm (ACI Africa).
The Bishop Emeritus of Ghana’s Diocese of Keta-Akatsi has, on the occasion of the ordination of three Deacons to the Priesthood, asked the Deacons to see their ministerial Priesthood as a ministry that should bring them new life by becoming servant leaders.
“Give your lives totally to the Lord who has called you into the Priesthood ministry and has entrusted you to the people of God,” Bishop Anthony Kwami Adanuty told the three Deacons he was about to ordain as Priests at St. Francis of Assisi Parish in Ghana’s Volta Region Saturday, October 17.
In his homily at the ordination of Rev. Emmanuel Atsu Agbozo, Rev. Damian Korbla Horminu and Rev. Frederick Seddoh-Henyo, the 80-year-old retired Bishop asked the three Deacons to live lives of humility and obedience in their priestly journey.
“Be servants to the people entrusted to you and ensure you practice what you preach to the people of God,” the Bishop who retired in April 2016, a month before his 76th birthday told the Deacons.