Rev. Fr. Fidelix Kumado, the HO Diocesan Youth Chaplain has urged the youth in the Ho Deanery to avail themselves for leadership roles in the Church.
At the just ended 3-day Leadership Seminar, , Fr Kumado indicated that it was prudent on the part of the youth to journey through the church by taking up leadership roles that would help transform their lives and that of their immediate environment.
He further stressed that such roles could also be an eye-opener for them and help mold their lives.
The seminar was held for youth in the Ho Deanery from Friday, June 11th through to Sunday, June 13th 2021at the Bishop Holland Memorial Formation and Pastoral centre at Sokode-Gborgame.
The lead facilitator, Mr. Bismark Tay, took the participants through training on how to prepare themselves for leadership, leading people with different temperaments, and building an effective team as youth of the Catholic church.
Rev. Fr. Samuel Eco Kornu, who presided over the Thanksgiving Mass on Sunday, June 13, 2021, advised catholic youth to always hope in the Lord and be good Ambassadors of Christ and the Church.
Mrs. Patience Fafa Kudu-Sogbe, the Deanery Youth Chairperson in her closing remarks encouraged her fellow youth leaders to put the lessons from the seminar into practice.
She also expressed gratitude to the facilitators and participants for a successful programme and called for the support of all to rejuvenate the youth groups in the Deanery and the Diocese at large.
She also announced a skills training program for youth in the Deanery and entreated to avail themselves for such an opportunity to acquire livelihood skills.
Source: Daniel Orlando