She was installed together with *Madam Cecilia Agyeman Anane,* from the *Catholic Archdiocese of Kumasi,* who was conferred into the Ministry of Catechist.
The two Ghanaian Women were part of the eight (8) lay Catholics, comprising five men and three women from across the world, conferred into the new Ministry of Catechists and Lectors by the Holy Father during Mass on the Sunday of the Word of God, the Third Sunday in Ordinary Time at the St. Peter's Basilica.
This is the first time the Supreme Pontiff is installing female catechists if my memory is correct.
Pope Francis during the Mass presented Lectors with the Bible in their native languages, and the Catechists with the Cross.
The two Ghanaians were selected upon the recommendations of their respective Bishops through the Chaplain of the Ghanaian Catholic Community in Rome.
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