TVC E. In celebration of the 40th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations between Ghana and the Holy See as well as the 60th Anniversary of Independence. It has been revealed that a national re-consecration of Ghana to the Sacred heart of Jesus will be held in the country.
According to Ghana’s weekly ‘Catholic Standard’ newspaper, the re-consecration of Ghana to the Sacred Heart of Jesus will be part of the spiritual contribution of the Church to the milestone celebrations.

The report also revealed that the re-consecration will comprise an ecumenical and inter-faith Prayer Service. In attendance will be the Apostolic Nuncio to Ghana, Archbishop Jean-Marie Speich; the President of the Ghana Catholic Bishops’ Conference, Archbishop Philip Naameh and other Bishops.

The celebrations and re-consecration are scheduled to take place in the capital Accra on Saturday,  March 4, 2017.

Although, Ghana was first consecrated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus during Mass on 3 March 1957 at the Holy Spirit Cathedral of Accra,  a prelude to Ghana’s independence that was celebrated on 6 March 1957.