The 14th edition of the Theology Week Celebrations at Pedu Regional Seminary in the Catholic Archdiocese of Cape Coast, Ghana, began with a colorful and cultural performance led by seminarians.

In attendance are the Metropolitan Archbishop of Cape Coast, Most Rev Charles Gabriel Palmer-Buckle, Archbishop Emeritus of Cape Coast, Most Rev Mathias Kobina Nketsiah, Bishop of Sunyani Diocese, Most Rev Matthew Kwasi Gyamfi among other Clerics in the Archdiocese and other sister Dioceses.

The ceremony which is currently underway is on the theme “For a sydnodal Church:Communion participation, and mission in the context of priestly” and is expected to come to a closure on Friday March 11.

Very Rev. Fr. Robert Charles Snyper, Rector of the  expressed enthusiasm for the celebration in his welcome address, encouraging seminarians to give the conference their full attention and make progress on issues that were discussed.

Speakers for the occasion include the Most Rev. Matthew Gyamfi, Very Rev. Fr. Prof. Francis Appiah-Kubi (Lecturer, Religious Studies Department, KNUST)- who would be delivering a talk for  the Conference on the theme: “The Theological Formation of Priests for a Synodal Church in the Contemporary Ghanaian Society among others.

Here are some pictures from the opening ceremony.

Photo Credit: ST. PETER’S REGIONAL SEMINARY

SOURCE: AGNUS-DEI MEDIA 

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