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Eucharistic Apostles of The Divine Mercy

Ghana

Many Ghanians have benefited from the wheelchairs, walkers, and clothing sent, and many more will gain as the trade school teaches them a skill. Through these corporal works of mercy, the Faith is being spread.

For information on Eucharistic Apostles of The Divine Mercy, Ghanians can contact Bishop John Martin Darko at the Bishop's House in Takoradi at telephone 24921, FAX 23465, or email jmdarko@ghana.com.

Cenacles of Eucharistic Apostles have formed in the diocese of Sekondi-Takoradi, Ghana. Bryan Thatcher is seen here with the late Bishop Sam of Takoradi. The new Bishop John Darko also encourages this ministry.

Three main groups are very active.

One Cenacle meets at the Cathedral in Takoradi with catechist Peter Eshun as facilitator.

Another cenacle is in the village of Sefwi Wiawso under the guidance of Rev. Peter Twumasi.

Members made shirts with the ministry logo, depicting a Eucharistic Host with the rays of Mercy emanating from it, and they wear these shirts as a tool of evangelization.

The third cenacle is in Eikwe Nzema, under the direction of Rev. John Adade.

Groups are learning about the message of Divine Mercy and the great gift of the Eucharist. Members are doing works of mercy, including visiting the sick. Father Adade wrote that "the message of Divine Mercy and the gift of the Eucharist is spreading like wildfire."

Tampa members have sent numerous containers of medical supplies, computers, sewing machines, clothing, and religious articles since 1998 to their brothers and sisters in Ghana, and they have assisted in the construction of a home for the disabled and a trade school in Eikwe: