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Why Upcoming Jesuit Inaugural Talk Series on Peace is Targeting African Youth
peace: what is it and why does it matterThe members of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) in Africa and Madagascar have organized a series of talks, the first of its kind, targeting young people on the continent. The speaker at the inaugural virtual event slated for...
Youth Network in Ghana Launches Project to Complement “Silencing the Guns” Campaign
Youth Network in Ghana Launches Project to Complement “Silencing the Guns” CampaignRiding on the crest of its impressive “Youth Beyond Covid-19” webinars, the Ignatian Youth Networks Initiating Generational Outcomes (IYNIGO), the youth leadership development scheme of...
IYNIGO Youth Network Embarks on Tree Planting Exercise
IYNIGO Youth Network Embarks on Tree Planting ExerciseIgnatian Youth Networks Initiating Generational Outcomes – IYNIGO for short – constitutes networks of young people between the ages of 18 to 35 who seek to imbibe Ignatian spirituality and are dedicated to becoming...
Faith In Public Life, Advent Lecture Series: Mrs. Peggy Dzodzomenyo
Mrs. Peggy Dzodzomenyo, a retired Director of Bank of Ghana was the first speaker for this year’s series. She served the Bank of Ghana for 31 years and retired as the Director and Head of Banking Operations in 2018. She is a staunch catholic, has served the church in...
Faith In Public Life, Advent Lecture Series: Ambassador Sylvester Parker-Allotey
The 2nd edition of the Faith in Public Life advent lecture series came to a close on Tuesday December 17, 2019 at the Christ the King Parish. After two weeks of inspiring lectures and experience sharing from Mrs. Peggy Dzozomenyo and Justice Amma Gaisie, the final...
Faith In Public Life, Advent Lecture Series: Justice Amma Gaisie
The 2nd lecture of this year’s Faith in Public Life series took place on Tuesday December 10, 2019 at Christ the King Parish. It was delivered by a seasoned Justice of the Appeal Court, Justice Amma Gaisie. She was called to the bar in December, 1997 and worked in the...
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