ST.KIZITO PARISH YOUTH COUNCIL( NIMA)

ST.KIZITO PARISH YOUTH COUNCIL( NIMA)

Comments

Are you a baptized Catholic, male, single, have completed SHS with Six WASSCE credits, 18 to 30 years of age, a resident of Ghana, and have felt being called to be a religious-missionary? COME AND SEE us! We wish to discern with you, accompany, and guide you fulfill your dream!

Kindly register and experience a life-changing moment with the Society of the Divine Word!

Clink the link below: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSedal7yNiCG6HOukz6CvA4CPugOaKUapOHA8hEkpJV0-cn1KA/viewform

For more information, kindly contact the following numbers: +233 20 394 1182/0500228325

See you there!

Hello my dear brothers and sisters. this is a fan page for the youth of St.kizito catholic church,Nima. But all catholics are also welcome. please all our programmes will be communicated through this page.

ADMINISTRATOR : CLETUS ESQ.

Operating as usual

29/09/2013

Amos 6:1, 4-7
Psalm 146:7-10
1 Timothy 6:11-16
Luke 16:19-31

09/08/2013

WAEC Releases 2013 WASSCE Results - exposeGHANA.com

exposeghana.com The 2013 WASSCE Results has been released by WAEC. The West African Examinations Council has released provisional results of 391,420 out of the 409,759 candidates

19/12/2012

SECURITY ALERT:
Information reaching Police indicates that:
There is a syndicate of criminals selling beautiful key holders at Petrol Stations.

They sometimes parade themselves as sales promoters giving out free key holders. Please do not buy or accept these key holders no matter how beautiful they look.

The key holders have a inbuilt tracking device chip which allows them to track you to your home or wherever your car is parked.

The key holders are very beautiful to resist. Accepting same may endanger your life. All are therefore enjoined to pass this message onward to colleagues, family members and loved ones.

Be on guard.

Alert everyone in your clique, including Drivers, Domestic staff etc

13/12/2012

120TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION: CHILDREN’S DAY AND CARNIVAL
We are happy to remind you and your parishioners of the following activities for December 23, and 29, 2012:
. CHILDREN’S DAY, SUNDAY, 23RD DECEMBER, 2012 ( PARISH LEVEL)
SUGGESTED PROGRAMME TO MARK THE DAY
1. SERVING AT MASS: Where applicable, Mass serving for the day could be done by children who are members of the Knights and Ladies of the Altar.
2. SINGING: The children should be encouraged to sing at least the Post-Communion Song.
3. READINGS: The Readings for the day should be done by the children. Their teachers should prepare them for this task.
4. USHERING: Children could do the ushering.
5. PRAYER OF THE FAITHFUL: To be done by the children.
6. SPECIAL PRAYERS: Before the dismissal all the children should be asked to come forward for the Priest to say a prayer for them.
7. A GET-TOGETHER OR CHRISTMAS PARTY: A Get-Together/ Party should be organized for all children after the Mass or during the Christmas holidays.
II. CARNIVAL-----SATURDAY, 29TH DECEMBER 2012
VENUE: EL-WAK STADIUM
TIME: 9:00 AM—4:00PM.
SIDE ATTRACTIONS: Cultural Festival, Brass Band Music/Dance, Food Bazaar, etc.

We would be grateful if Parish Priests/Assistant Priests personally make these announcements and together with the Parish Local Organizing Committees/Parish Pastoral Councils arrange for buses to convey parishioners to and from the EL- Wak Sports Stadium.
Finally we wish to encourage all Catholics (children, youth and adults) to come for us to celebrate the goodness of the Lord.
ARISE CATHOLIC FAITHFUL---REJOICE AND RENEW
Yours faithfully,

Very Rev. Fr. Francis Adoboli.
Vicar General & Chairman, Archdiocesan Implementation Committee

13/12/2012

Ghana police dey upgrade oooh, new call center number 191...
There was a robbery around ma area and i called the police... Nxt thing i head was, welcome to Ghana police emergency center..for English press 1, for Twi press 2, for Ga press 3.. I then press 1, another came up...for car accident press 1, for armed robbery press 2, for election riot please hang up... then i press 2, another voice came up,,,if they are with knives press 1, pistols press 2, Ak 47 press 3, machine guns press 4, bomb press 5, all of the above press 6...I then check and saw they were with all of de above so i press 6...Another voice came up saying...hmmmmmm!! Masa if it's ur brother way dey police inside, u go agree say make he come face this....?? Masa we are out of coverage area so face ur own problem

06/12/2012

ANNOUNCEMENTS

The final vaccination for those who took the HEPATITIS B is on sunday 9th DECEMBER , the team will be in the PARISH at 11:30am , pls those concern should please take note and be pontual. the amount is still the same (GH¢15.00)

NO new vaccination or screening, this is for those who are left with the final stage.

THANK YOU

06/12/2012

A MESSAGE FROM THE PYC ON THE ELECTION

Please , the youth of St.Kizito Nima AU Parish, the PYC would like to advise fellow youth to be very careful about how you will conduct yourself tomorrow during the election process.
The best thing for us is to go and vote and go home to have a rest, if you are interested in the counting, please come at 5pm to witness it. Desist from making unneccessary comments that will fuel passions for election violence.


If you have nothing doing at the PARISH tomorrow and it is also not your polling staion then dont come , better go to your polling station and vote and go home straight to rest or do something meaningful.

The PYC and the CHURCH will support you in any case but not when you get yourself involve in ELECTION VIOLENCE.

Let's shine with the light of CHRIST tomorrow .

FELLOW YOUTH becareful , if any violence should arise at any polling station , all those standing there ideal will be arrested as SUSPECTS and it will take some days for you to be release after investigations and NON of us ( EXECUTIVES) will pay a visit or assist in any way.

A WORD TO THE WISE IS.............

02/12/2012

A King had a male servant who, in all
circumstances always said to him;My king, do not be discouraged because everything God does is perfect,no mistakes. One day, they went hunting and a wild animal attacked the king,the servant managed to kill the animal but
couldn't prevent his majesty from losing a finger. Furious and without showing gratitude,the King said;if God was good,I would
not have been attacked and lost one finger.
The servant replied;Despite­ all these things,I can only tell you that God is good and everything He does is perfect,He is never wrong.Outraged by the response,the king ordered the arrest of his servant. Later, he left for another hunt and was captured by savages who use human beings for
sacrifice.
In the altar, the savages found out that the king didn't had one finger in place, he was released because he was considered not"complete"to­ be offered to the gods.
On his return to the palace, he authorized the release of his servant and said; My friend, God was really good to me. I was almost killed but for lack of a single finger I was let go.
But I have a question; If God is so good, why did He allow me to put you in jail?. He replied; My king, if I had gone with you,
I would have been sacrificed because
I have no missing finger. Everything God does is perfect, He is never wrong.
Often we complain about life,and the negative things that happen to us, forgetting that nothing is random, and that everything has a purpose.

02/12/2012

1st SUNDAY OF ADVENT
Advent is a season we keep vigil for the coming of the Lord.Christian life is a life of vigil.How my life is going to end is matter of personal experience .Death can make our life a total fiasco ,a deadly meaningless thing.But our faith is CHRIST makes it something beautiful.All vanities of life( Eccl 1:1) transformed into glorious eternity .Jesus earthly life is a shining example for our mortal life.We are blessed in our baggage of waste we call life by his graceful presence .KEEP VIGIL FOR THE LORD ,just as the reference to the PSALM is "PRAYING AT ALL TIMES FOR THE STRENGTH TO SURVIVE ALL THAT IS GOING TO HAPPEAN" and the responsorial PSALM "TO YOU, O LORD I LIFT UP MY SOUL"

01/12/2012

Advent: A Time of Preparation:
In the Catholic Church, Advent is a period of preparation, extending over four Sundays, before Christmas. (For more details, see "When Does Advent Start?") The word Advent comes from the Latin advenio, "to come to," and refers to the coming of Christ. This refers, first of all, to our celebration of Christ's birth at Christmas; but second, to the coming of Christ in our lives through grace and the Sacrament of Holy Communion; and finally, to His Second Coming at the end of time.
Our preparations, therefore, should have all three comings in mind. We need to prepare our souls to receive Christ worthily.
Advent is a time of preparation for the coming of Christ at Christmas. Traditionally, it has been celebrated with prayer and fasting, which is why it is known as the "little Lent." Advent is also the start of the liturgical year in the Roman Catholic Church.
Answer:
As the Catholic Encyclopedia notes, "Advent is a period beginning with the Sunday nearest to the feast of St. Andrew the Apostle (30 November) and embracing four Sundays." That means that the First Sunday of Advent can fall as early as November 27 or as late as December 3.
First We Fast, Then We Feast:
That's why Advent has traditionally been known as a "little Lent." As in Lent, Advent should be marked by increased prayer, fasting, and good works. While the Western Church no longer has a set requirement for fasting during Advent, the Eastern Church, both Catholic and Orthodox, continues to observe what is known as Philip's Fast, from November 15 until Christmas.
Traditionally, all great feasts have been preceded by a time of fasting, which makes the feast itself more joyful. Sadly, Advent today has supplanted by "the Christmas shopping season," so that by Christmas Day, many people no longer enjoy the feast.
The Symbols of Advent:
In its symbolism, the Church continues to stress the penitential and preparatory nature of Advent. As during Lent, priests wear purple vestments, and the Gloria ("Glory to God") is omitted during Mass. The only exception is on the Third Sunday of Advent, known as Gaudete Sunday, when priests can wear rose-colored vestments. As on Laetare Sunday during Lent, this exception is designed to encourage us to continue our prayer and fasting, because we can see that Advent is more than halfway over.
The Advent Wreath:
Perhaps the best-known of all Advent symbols is the Advent wreath, a custom which originated among German Lutherans but was soon adopted by Catholics. Consisting of four candles (three purple and one pink) arranged in a circle with evergreen boughs (and often a fifth, white candle in the center), the Advent wreath corresponds to the four Sundays of Advent. The purple candles represent the penitential nature of the season, while the pink candle calls to mind the respite of Gaudete Sunday. (The white candle, when used, represents Christmas.)
Celebrating Advent:
We can better enjoy Christmas—all 12 days of it, from Christmas Day to Epiphany—if we revive Advent as a period of preparation. Abstaining from meat on Fridays, or not eating at all between meals, is a good way to revive the Advent fast. (Not eating Christmas cookies or listening to Christmas music before Christmas is another.) We can incorporate such customs as the Advent wreath, the Saint Andrew Christmas Novena, and the Jesse Tree into our daily ritual, and we can set some time aside for special scripture readings for Advent, which remind us of the threefold coming of Christ.
Holding off on putting up the Christmas tree and other decorations is another way to remind ourselves that the feast is not here yet. Traditionally, such decorations were put up on Christmas Eve, but they would not be taken down until after Epiphany, in order to celebrate the Christmas season to its fullest.

27/11/2012

TODAY ,TUESDAY 27TH , REV. FR.WILLIAM ABAIKU APPREY WILL HAVE HIS LAST "OFFICIAL" YOUTH MASS WITH US. COME AND LET'S SHOW OUR APPRECIATION TO FR. FOR HIS DEDICATION AND COMMITMENT TO THE AFFAIRS OF THE CHURCH AND THE YOUTH SINCE HIS ORDINATION , HALF A DECADE IN OUR PARISH IS UNPRECEDENTED . TIME IS 6:00PM DURING THE YOUTH MASS. SPREAD THE INFORMATION.

26/11/2012

Fellow Youth !

Tomorrow Tuesday 27th Fr. Fahter Abeiku will have a special youth mass with the youth of the Kizito Nima AU Parish. This may probable be his last youth mass with us since his farewell mass will be 2nd Dec.

Youth , come and lets have a fruitful mass with the only priest so far who has served us five years .Fr. will bless us one-by -one.

IF YOU HAVE A FAREWEL MESSAGE FOR HIM SHARE IT HERE WITH US.

23/11/2012

HOW DO I MAKE REALISTIC RESOLUTIONS COME THIS DECEMBER TOWARDS YEAR 2013 AS YOUTH ?

COME DECEMBER 4TH 2012, DURING OUR YOUTH MASS. MR EDWARD DANSO WILL LECTURE US ON "HOW TO MAKE REALISTIC RESOLUTIONS AS YOUTH " .

THIS WILL HELP US TO PREPARE AND PLAN REALISTICALLY TOWARDS YEAR 2013.

INVITE AS MANY FRIENDS AS POSSIBLE. TIME IS 6:30PM . DATE :4TH DECEMBER 2012.

23/11/2012

Dear Youth,

As part of our roles as instruments of peace in our communities, our Bishops are giving enormous opportunities to as many youth
to be electoral observers for the 2012 election. The Qualifications are 1) A Catholic 2) At least SHS graduant 3) Not Politically bias

It's with pleasure and urgency that we call on interested people to be Electoral Observers on behalf of the Ghana Catholic Bishop's Conference.
Kindly give your NAME and CONTACTS, 2 ENDORSED PASSPORT PHOTOS, PARISH and AREA to Rita Agbadzi 0204452260 or Rev Fr Ahorlu 0208383283.

DEADLINE: Thursday, 22nd Nov 2012.

The following are the available constituencies to work in:
Ashaiman - 4
Ayawaso West - 10
Ayawaso Central - 9
Weija/ Gbawe - 5
Adenta - 4
Odododiodio - 10
Adafoah - 10
Ningo Prampram - 10
Nkrowo - 10
Dome Kwabenya

Catholic Youth! Power In Action!! Action! For Christ!!

21/11/2012

Rev.Fr.William Abaiku Apprey's send-off mass will be on the 2nd December, 2012. Youth come and let's bid him farewell as he move to St.Anne, Teshie to commence his priestly duties and as well as pray with him during the mass.

Anyway Fr. will not be far from us.

YOUTH , YOUTH , Lets share, what will you miss Fahter Abeiku of and Fr. what will you also miss Kizito Nima AU Parish of ?

21/11/2012

Rev Fr Abaiku's send off is on Dec 2nd .Pls lets all prepare and come for this occassion

05/01/2012

looks as if we have forgoten this page, let's put our programmes here also

22/02/2011

Can we outdoor the Parish Billboard during the youth month or the youth week.If Yes, how do we encourage many of the youth to contribute towards this initiative.Your comments and suggestions are welcome.

02/02/2011

Important information for the youth of St.Kizito: The Youth Empowerment Programme start on saturday 5th Feb.2011 @ 4pm.Topic : GET EMPOWERED, GET INSPIRED AND GET EDUCATED.Venue : Parish Hall
The Salsa Week will also start on the 6th Feb.2011 also at the Parish Hall.Deadline for the free registration is on the 6th after the first lessons. Pls.take note of all these programmes and be pontual. "PAX VOBISCUM"

30/01/2011

SALSA LESSONS START ON THE 6TH FEB. WHICH IS ON SUNDAY AT 6PM ,VENUE IS THE PARISH HALL. DEADLINE FOR THE REGISTRATION IS ON TUESDAY 1ST FEB.20100. IT IS FREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

26/01/2011

The SALSA WEEK AND THE YOUTH EMPOWERMENT WILL ALL START ON THE 5TH FEB.2011 REGISTRATION FOR THE SALSA IS FREE FREE. A SEASONED TEACHER WILL BE IN THE PARISH FOR ONE WEEK TO TEACH US.KINDLY REGISTER WITH THE PYC .

24/01/2011

On behalf of the youth of the Parish, i wish our Parish priest i happy birthday , May God continue to increase you in wisdom as your shepd his people . We the youth are proud of you Fr.Raymond, you are a role model , father, words alone cannot express our joy for being our Parish priest. We say "MANE NOBISCUM DOMINE"

19/01/2011

How was the delivery yesterday by Dr.Pascal on the power of decision Making.Comments please. Aslo as part of 2011 programmes for the youth , we have youth empowerment ,Kindly suggest topics which you think are relevant for us to include in the preparation.Please your comments are welcome. PAX

17/01/2011

Catholic Youth !!!!!! We have a talk on tuesday 18th January 2011 at 6.00pm by Dr.Pascal, the topic is the power of decision making.Come and listen to wisdom so that you can make realistic resolutions during the year. Questions will also be asked. PAX

10/01/2011

SOME ISSUES THAT CAME OUT FROM THE PYC MEETING ON 9TH JAN. YOUTH SOCIETIES AGREED TO GIVE 20 GHANA CEDIS PER SOCIETY AS DONATIONS TOWARDS THE PARISH BILLBOARD , AN INITIATIVE THE YOUTH OF THE PARISH HAS PLEDGE TO DO. THE TOTAL COST IS 800 GHANA CEDIS .WHAT DO YOU THINK ?

06/01/2011

PYC General Council Meeting on sunday 9th January 2010. Agenda : Formation of commitees and Evaluation of PYC Dinner. Councillors are reminded to come early to avoid payment of lateness fees. Meanwhile the Executives would meet on saturday 8th January @ 6pm promt in attendance will be the Dinner Committee. Thank you and PAX

04/01/2011

Thanks to you all who made the PYC dinner a success. Ms Angela Ahiekpor and her team, thump up for you and we pray that the Lord will increase the youth of St.Kizito parish the spirit of service .All who played various roles to see it success are all noted.May God bless you all .AMEN

24/12/2010

THE PYC WISHES YOU ALL A MERRY CHRISMAS AND FRUITFUL NEW YEAR, DO YOU BEST PARTICIPATE IN OUR PROGRAMMES NEXT YEAR AS WE GROW INTO MATURITY.JUST AS MARY ACCEPTED TO BE THE MOTHER OF GOD, WE MAY ALSO ACCEPT THE WILL OF GOD IN OUR LIVES. DOMINUS VOBISCUM

20/12/2010

THE PYC DINNER IS ON THE 27TH DECEMBER , 6:00PM -3:00AM

14/12/2010

LET ME KNOW THOSE WHO HAVE BOUGHT THEIR TICKETS FOR THE DINNER. KOTOBABI AND ABELENKPE YOUTH ARE ASKING TO BUY 65 PIECES.LIMITED NUMBER AVAILABLE. PLS. CALL NOW TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT. PAX

14/12/2010

Quotes of the Early Fathers and Christians of the Church (33AD to 750AD)

He who confesses his sins freely receives pardon from the priest by virtue of the grace of Christ.

St. Athanasius of Alexandria (297-373AD) on Confession, Penance

15/11/2010

FINALLY, FINALLY. THE COMMITTEE CAME OUT WITH THE FINAL ESTIMATES FOR THE BILLBOARD, IT COST GHC800 INCLUDING THE CONCRETE,LABOUR AND EVERYTHING OTHER EXPENSE YOU CAN THINK OF. YOUTH WHO WOULD LIKE TO CONTRIBUTE CAN DO SO AND MAKE SURE YOUR NAMES ARE WRITTEN DOWN FOR PROPER ACKNOWLEDGEMENT.PAY TO THE PYC.PAX

Category

Address


P.O.BOX 5048 ACCRA-NORTH
Accra

Other Catholic churches in Accra (show all)
Gate of Faith Evangelistic Ministry Gate of Faith Evangelistic Ministry
Phobia Junction, Race Course
Accra

Our Lady Star of the Sea Parish , Dansoman Our Lady Star of the Sea Parish , Dansoman
Dansoman Last Stop
Accra

The official page for Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Church, located at Dansoman, Last Stop, Ghana.

Family Bible Church[TOWER of Favour] Family Bible Church[TOWER of Favour]
Accra, 0023

FAMILY BIBLE CHURCH IS THE PLACE TO BE..THE PLACE WHERE THE WORD OF GOD GETS REAL IN YOUR LIFE. WE HAVE TWO SERVICES...EXECUTIVE SERVICE 7:30AM - 9:00AM AND VIP SERVICE 9:3OAM - 11:00AM.

Christ the King Parish Accra Christ the King Parish Accra
P.O.Box CT 84499
Accra, 00233

Christ the King ,He reigns forever Priests: Rev. Fr. Ebenezer Akesseh [Parish Priest] Rev. Fr. Donatus Pallu [Parochial Vicar ]

Christ Anointed Church Christ Anointed Church
Adenta-ritz Junction
Accra, 00234

A large building painted white with the church`s name on top

St. Joseph the Worker, Weija St. Joseph the Worker, Weija
Weija
Accra

Catholic Community in Weija

St. Kizito Catholic Church, Nima St. Kizito Catholic Church, Nima
Blk 1 Nima - Round About
Accra, 23321

St. Kizito Catholic Church, Nima is a multi-ethnic parish which was founded in 1943. It is located in a predominantly Muslim community and the biggest slum in the Accra metropolis. with people from all the ethnic groups in Ghana and some African countries

St. Bakhita Catholic Church Lashibi St. Bakhita Catholic Church Lashibi
Community 20, Lashibi
Accra

This is the Official page of the St.Bakhita Catholic Church,Comm.20,Lashibi.

Archbishop John Bonaventure Kwofie - Metropolitan Archbishop of Accra Archbishop John Bonaventure Kwofie - Metropolitan Archbishop of Accra
Box GP247, Accra
Accra, 233

Most Rev. John Bonaventure is the Metropolitan Archbishop of Accra, Ghana.

Throne of Hope Gospel Church International Throne of Hope Gospel Church International
LATEBIOKORSHIE DANSO STREET, P.O BOX DS 590 DANSOMAN
Accra, 0000

Throne of Hope Gospel Church International is mandated to ordain at least one pastor for every family on the planet earth. Support this mandate by joining us today. Stay blessed.