By Published On: May 8, 2018Categories: Psychology

The Parish Priest, Rev. Fr. Eric Opoku Aning, and the Catholic Faithful of St. Arnold Janssen Parish at Kranka paid a special visit to the Frankmay Orphanage Home in Techiman. The Parish made this visit to the Orphanage and donated assorted foodstuffs, mosquito nets, and clothing to the orphanage. This work of mercy was part of the schedule for the Tenth Anniversary Celebration of the Catholic Diocese Techiman. Each parish in the diocese is expected to do similar charitable works as part of the church’s ministry of charity to the poor, the marginalized, and the imprisoned. The Bishop, on behalf of the Diocese of Techiman, will later in the month of May, make a presentation to the Yeji Prisons.

Rev. Fr. Eric Opoku Aning, and a good number of the Parishioners of Kranka, celebrated Holy Mass with the children and caretakers of the orphanage home. Fr. Eric thanked God for the gift of the orphanage home and praised the Proprietors for their good vision and love for the marginalized and orphaned. He prayed for the children and asked God to touch the hearts of many to come to the aid of the orphanage.

The Frankmay Orphanage is a private Orphanage home for orphaned and abandoned children in Techiman Municipality. it is owned by Mr. Francis Apus and his wife Mrs. Mary Wuntimah Apus. The Director of the home, Mr. Francis Apus, thanked Fr. Eric and his parishioners for the great act of generosity shown them. According to Mr. Francis, the home started in 2007. Ghanaians including organizations come to their aid. Fr. Eric blessed the children and wish them well in their growth.