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Fr. Michael Boakye Yeboah's Catholic Teaching: Something Left Behind

Posted by Debbie Faith Formation on 6/01/23

FR MICHAEL BOAKYE YEBOAH

CATHOLIC ARCHDIOCESE OF KUMASI, GHANA.

SOMETHING LEFT BEHIND

Once I was driving from Accra (the capital of Ghana) to my home city of Kumasi. While making that long journey, the audio player randomly selected various types of music to keep me entertained.

We were left ... Read More »

Fr. Michael Boakye Yeboah's Catholic Teaching: The Next Chapter

Posted by Debbie Faith Formation on 5/23/23

FR MICHAEL BOAKYE YEBOAH

CATHOLIC ARCHDIOCESE OF KUMASI, GHANA.

THE NEXT CHAPTER  

The Catholic Church is believed to be among the oldest Institutions in the world. It has been able to sustain its existence for 21 centuries under the leadership of 266 popes. Since the departure of our ... Read More »

Fr. Michael Boakye Yeboah's Catholic Teaching: If You Love Me...

Posted by Debbie Faith Formation on 5/14/23

FR MICHAEL BOAKYE YEBOAH

CATHOLIC ARCHDIOCESE OF KUMASI, GHANA

IF YOU LOVE ME…  

 

            Jesus writes a “romantic letter” to the believer – inviting her into a lovely relationship. One can understand John when he picks his words to write this Gospel passage. During Jesus’ ministry, it ... Read More »

Fr. Michael Boakye Yeboah's Catholic Teaching: The Numbers

Posted by Debbie Faith Formation on 5/13/23

FR MICHAEL BOAKYE YEBOAH

CATHOLIC ARCHDIOCESE OF KUMASI, GHANA

THE NUMBERS

            Data analysts have become very important in our world today. People from different sectors of life need “numbers” and data analysis to make good planning and judgement. For example, from the political perspective, a good politician will ... Read More »

Fr. Michael Boakye Yeboah's Catholic Teaching: Do It Right

Posted by Debbie Faith Formation on 5/02/23

FR MICHAEL BOAKYE YEBOAH

CATHOLIC ARCHDIOCESE OF KUMASI, GHANA

DO IT RIGHT  

Traditionally, the Fourth Sunday of Easter is known as the Good Shepherd Sunday. As usual, we are given three readings for our Sunday Liturgy. Today, I would like to title my reflection, “Do it Right.” Last ... Read More »

Fr. Michael Boakye Yeboah's Catholic Teaching: The Speeches

Posted by Debbie Faith Formation on 4/25/23

FR MICHAEL BOAKYE YEBOAH

CATHOLIC ARCHDIOCESE OF KUMASI, GHANA

THE SPEECHES  

            Statements and directives were made on the day of and two weeks after the resurrection of the Lord but on the third week Luke tells us of two speeches given by Peter and Jesus Christ. Luke ... Read More »

Fr. Michael Boyake Yeboah's Catholic Teaching: Why Do We Doubt?

Posted by Debbie Faith Formation on 4/17/23

FR MICHAEL BOAKYE YEBOAH

CATHOLIC ARCHDIOCESE OF KUMASI, GHANA

WHY DO WE DOUBT?  

            Traditionally the Second Sunday of Easter has been dedicated to Thomas’ doubting episode after the resurrection. The name Thomas comes from the Hebrew (or Aramaic) and it means “the twin.” Didymus is from the ... Read More »

Fr. Michael Boakye Yeboah's Catholic Teaching: The Magdala Woman

Posted by Debbie Faith Formation on 4/11/23

FR MICHAEL BOAKYE YEBOAH

CATHOLIC ARCHDIOCESE OF KUMASI, GHANA

THE MAGDALA WOMAN 

            Great emphasis is placed on Jesus when we tell the resurrection story. It is great because never have we heard of such an event in the history of man. As I reflected on today’s Gospel passage, ... Read More »

Fr. Michael Boakye Yeboah's Catholic Teaching: The Palm Tree

Posted by Debbie Faith Formation on 4/03/23

 

FR. MICHAEL BOAKYE YEBOAH

CATHOLIC ARCHDIOCESE OF KUMASI, GHANA.

THE PALM TREE 

            Matthew narrates to us a heroic story of a kind. Ordinarily Jesus demonstrates meekness in speech and act but today he was at his commanding best with the instruction he gave to his disciples. His ... Read More »

Fr. Michael Boakye Yeboah's Catholic Teaching: From the Grave

Posted by Debbie Faith Formation on 3/27/23

FR MICHAEL BOAKYE YEBOAH

CATHOLIC ARCHDIOCESE OF KUMASI, GHANA

FROM THE GRAVE 

            We are two weeks away from the celebration of the greatest life event in history – the Easter joy. Great men and women may have graced mother earth before the birth of Jesus and the annals ... Read More »