On Tuesday June 8 of the Tenth Week in Ordinary Time, the Bishop of Ho Diocese, Most Rev. Emmanuel Kofi Fianu, SVD begun his canonical visit to St. Cecilia Parish, Ho-Dome.
In the early hours of the day at 6:15am after his arrival, he was joined in the Eucharistic celebration by the Parish Priest, Rev. Fr. Felix Mawusi Atepor and his Associate, Rev. Fr. Anthony Mawuli Ahiabor to mark the beginning of his Canonical visit to the parish.
In his homily, His Lordship admonished the faithful to strive to be the light of the world; a light which is meant to be seen, to be a guide and to warn others. He also asserted that the faithful should be truthful in all they do.
His Lordship paid a courtesy call on the chiefs and elders of Ho-Dome. There he was warmly welcomed by Togbe Howusu Adzie Lãkle XII and his elders.
Right after the meeting with the chiefs and elders he had a meeting with the teachers of Ho-Dome R.C School to address some of their pressing issues, where some teachers asked the Bishop to help them instill discipline in the school.
The bishop ended the first day of his week long visit with a meeting with the St. Cecilia Parish Pastoral Council where they interacted concerning the welfare and challenges about the parish.
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