CCG GCBC 2022 Joint Meeting held in Accra


The 2022 Christian Council of Ghana and Ghana Catholic Bishops Conference Joint Meeting has taken place in Accra.

The meeting brought together leaders of the two Christian bodies to discuss issues that will deepen the bond between the them.

Issues also discussed at the meeting were matters of national concern and how they could be addressed.

Present at the meeting were Rev. Dr. Cyril G.K Fayose, General Secretary of the Christian Council of Ghana, Most Rev. Philip Naameh, Catholic Archbishop of Tamale and President of the Ghana Catholic Bishops Conference, Most Rev. Gabriel Palmer-Buckle, Catholic Archbishop of Cape Coast, Rev. Dr. Justice K.A Lawson, Vice Chairman of the Christian Council of Ghana, members of the Ghana Catholic Bishops Conference and members of the Executive Committee of the Christian Council of Ghana.

Source: CCG - Friday May 27, 2022



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