- Jan 18, 2020
Archbishop Philip Neehman from Tamale, Ghana in many ways has become a pioneer in child protection on the African continent, despite the fact that he said most prelates in his region don’t think the sexual abuse of minors is a pressing issue.
The Catholic bishops of Ghana are condemning the actions of those involved in a violent incident during a Jan. 31 local election.
Bishops in Ghana say young Ghanaians attempting to emigrate to Europe is hurting the country.
Cardinal Peter Turkson of Ghana, a key papal advisor, said the Church must not “toss out the linen with the dirty water” in reacting to the sexual abuse crisis.
A plan by Ghana’s government to tax churches involved in money-making ventures has met with mixed reactions from the country’s religious authorities.
A bishop in Ghana is claiming Chinese influence in the country is making the people face “captivity in our own land.”