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Catholics observe SECAM Day in Accra

The Roman Catholic Church in Africa and Madagascar has observed the Symposium of Episcopal Conferences of Africa and Madagascar (SECAM) Day in Accra. SECAM is a Pan-Africa Church organisation for organic pastoral solidarity among the Roman Catholic Bishops in Africa and Madagascar. The organisation promotes collaboration and joint action, and fosters communion among the Episcopal Conferences of Africa in their evangelizing missions, and the promotion of integral human development. Most Reverend Gabriel Justice Anokye, Archbishop of Kumasi, said SECAM was founded during a meeting of Catholic Bishops in Kampala, Uganda in July 1969, when His Holiness Pope John Paul » Read More

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