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Latest stories: Tamale Archdiocese

Archbishop Philip Naameh of Ghana's Tamale Archdiocese. Credit: Courtesy Photo

Catholic Archbishop in Ghana Dismisses as "false” CNN Report Quoting Him on Homosexuality

The October 8 CNN report quoting Archbishop Philip Naameh as saying that the West African country risks becoming a Muslim-majority nation if homosexual practices are allowed, is false, the Catholic Church leader has said. 

The President of the Ghana Catholic Bishops’ Conference (GCBC), Archbishop Phillip Naameh. Credit: Courtesy Photo

Catholic Bishops in Ghana, Government Disagree on Proposed Financing of National Cathedral

Catholic Bishops in Ghana are faulting the government for calling on citizens to donate at least 100GHC (US$6.00) monthly for the construction of a national interdenominational cathedral in the West African country.

Archbishop Philip Naameh of Ghana's Tamale Archdiocese. Credit Courtesy Photo

10-year Strategic Plan for Ghana’s Tamale Archdiocese to Foster Catholic Youth Formation

The newly-launched 10-year strategic plan aimed at accelerating growth and development in Ghana’s Tamale Archdiocese is expected to lay emphasis on the formation of Catholic youth, the Local Ordinary has said.

Archbishop Philip Naameh, President of the Ghana Catholic Bishops’ Conference with Archbishop Henryk Mieczysław Jagodziński, Apostolic Nuncio to Ghana and Bishop Edoe Kumordji, SVD, Bishop of the Keta-Akatsi Diocese at the opening of the 2020 Plenary of the GCBC at the St. Catherine Girls Senior High School at Agbakope on November 9, 2020. / Damian Avevor

The Word of God Must be Engraved in Ghanaians’ Lives, Bishops at Plenary Assembly

The Catholic Bishops in Ghana have underscored the need for the Word of God to influence “every aspect” of the people of God in the West African nation in view of becoming “the star of Africa and a beacon of hope.”

Archbishop Philip Naameh, Metropolitan Archbishop of Tamale and President of the Ghana Catholic Bishops’ Conference.

Church Leaders in Ghana Petition for Increase of Public Mass Duration after Lockdown

Leaders of various Christian groups in Ghana have petitioned the President of the West Africa country, Nana Akufo-Addo to reconsider the government directive that church services be conducted within one hour.