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Catholic Bishops’ Conference urges Ghanaians to desist from evil acts


Ghanaians have been urged by the Ghana Catholic Bishops’ Conference (GCBC)  to desist from acts of evil during and after the Easter festivities in 2022.

GCBC made the call in a statement signed by its President, the Most Rev. Philip Naameh.

In the statement, the GCBC told Ghanaians, especially Christians that “let us…renew our commitment to reject any acts of evil, including acts of war, conflicts and any actions, which will lead to the senseless loss of lives and the creation of needless crises.”

In 2022, the Ghana Catholic Bishops’ Conference is celebrating Easter on the theme: “Returning to Galilee, finding the path to peace and hope in a time of crisis.”

The statement further noted that “Easter is significant for us because the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead is a source of hope and new life for Christians, and indeed, for all mankind.”

“In the resurrection, all of us are invited to live and share in God’s life of glory and find God’s path that leads to peace.”

“Unfortunately, this gift of the Prince of Peace is often rejected by acts of conflicts, wars and division.”

“ Thus, when we look all around us, we see conflicts, wars, and the horrors associated with these acts of evil,” it added.


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