Rev. Father Andrew Campbell, a Ghanaian based Irish SVD priest is arguably one of the humane characters one could come across within the Catholic setting and the wider community.

The life of Rev. Fr. Campbell is one which many have described as “a life worth celebrating” on so many grounds.

Making him an inspirer to the wider community is a new book dubbed “The Priest Fr Campbell a Missionary of Hope, Rev. Fr. Stephen Kofi Sakpaku puts into writing and chronicles the life of the Irish SVD priest and the impact he has made on uncountable lives.

The Author shares a sneak peek into Fr. Campbell’s life taking readers back into his infancy stage through to his peak point.

The interest-piquing point of the book brings to bare how the Irish priest had struggled his way through to become a priest without giving up the fight.

The Author, Rev. Fr. Sakpaku presents his chronicle in six chapters with each chapter laying predominant emphasis on every impactful encounter every of the Irish SVD priest’s journey has made.


The SVD priest was born in 1946, Fr. Campbell volunteered to come to Ghana as a Missionary Priest and arrived in Ghana in 1971.

Since then, he has worked in various roles in his quest to serve humanity, including opening a Middle School, Sacred Heart Parish, in 1978, and founding Sacred Heart Vocational Institute for poor and needy students in Accra Central in 1980.

Over 2000 needy students have passed through the school since its inception.

The book will be launched on Wednesday, December 2, 2020 with a careful exclusive Facebook live streaming on Agnus-Dei Media.

Source: Agnus-Dei Media

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