The Shepherd of the Catholic Diocese of Ho celebrated The Solemnity of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus in a newly opened Church sited in the Kpenoe community which is an outstation of St. Cecilia Parish.
When His Lordship, Most Rev Emmanuel Kofi Fianu, SVD arrived in the community together with the Parish priest, Rev. Fr. Felix Mawusi Atepor they paid a courtesy visit to Togbe Kotoku XIII and his Elders. His Lordship acknowledged Togbe and his Elders for cheerfully calling for and accepting the faith in their community.
His Lordship was joined in the Eucharistic celebration by Fr. Felix. In His homily He counselled the congregation that the loved that the sacred heart of Jesus disperses among us will lead us to showcase the love of God to one another so that in the long run all may come to acknowledge the greatness of God.
Right after Holy Mass He held a town hall forum for the congregation where he addressed them. They presented to His Lordship some of their achievements as a church so far in this few years as a church, some of which was the building of a new rectory. They also bestowed before him some of their toils subjecting to land for the building of a chapel. His Lordship addressed this and many more
He later joined the students and staff of St. Cecilia Basic School in planting trees. He will be meeting the St. Cecilia Parish Finance Committee at 4:00pm.
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