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by CNA Staff Vatican City, Oct 4, 2021 / 18:26 pm Cardinal Peter Turkson appeared to reject claims that President Joe Biden should be denied Holy Communion over his staunch pro-abortion rights stand, in remarks to a U.S. news show Sunday that touched on many topics, including COVID-19 vaccines, the

by Courtney Mares Rome, Italy, Jun 23, 2020 / 10:30 am MT (CNA).- Sister Stan Mumuni dedicates her life to caring for abandoned children with birth defects in Ghana. When the coronavirus pandemic spread to West Africa, she said that she ran to the market to buy soap and supplies,

By Erin Schurenberg Mary Rudemiller has lived her entire life within the boundaries of the Cincinnati archdiocese, growing up in Fort Recovery and spending her adulthood in Cincinnati. She and her husband of 32 years, Dave (“Rudy”) Rudemiller, settled on Cincinnati’s west side where they have been members of St.

Father John Amankwah had a vision – a library for the educationally starved children of his native Ghana. Father Amankwah, currently associate pastor at St. William parish in Price Hill, is also an educator, teaching communications at Mount St. Joseph University. But it was in his capacity as chaplain for

Wednesday, August 5, 2009 By David Eck ARCHDIOCESE – When President Barrack Obama visited Ghana July 10-11, Holy Ghost Father Francis Tandoh was closely tuned to news from his homeland. “I was following him on CNN,” said Father Tandoh, pastor of several Dayton-area parishes and a native of Ghana. “It