The Ho Diocesan Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) has elected new officers for the 2023-2025 tenure.
The newly elected officers are Snr. Crusader Patrick Youngs as Chairperson, Snr. Crusader Christopher Tsormana as Vice Chairperson, Snr. Crusader Ephraim Agbeko as Organizing Secretary and Crusader Dominic Anthony Deku as Assistant Organizing Secretary.
The rest are Snr Crusader Rita Marley Klutse as Financial Secretary.
Snr. Crusader Ruth Jane Patapah, Snr. Crusader Thomas Nimo Asamoah, Snr Crusader Alphones Osoh and Crusader Emmanuel Dawoe are co-opted Executives to the Council.
The installation ceremony was held at St. Andrews Quasi Parish Ziope alongside the end of year Ho Diocesan Youth General Council Meeting.
Rev. Fr. Edbert Doh The Diocesan Youth Chaplain urged the newly elected executives to work in harmony for the growth of the youth front in the Diocese.
The newly Elected Chairperson Snr Crusader Patrick Youngs expressed his appreciation to all and urged all to support their tenure for the greater glory of God’s work.
The Catholic Youth Organisation (CYO) is a global movement founded in 1931 in the United States of America by Catholic laymen, with the aim of promoting the holistic development of young people in the Catholic Church.
The CYO in Ghana promotes the spiritual growth of young people and provides opportunities for them to develop leadership skills through training programs and workshops, and also encourages their involvement in social and community development projects.
Through its programs and activities, the CYO is helping to create a new generation of Catholic leaders who are committed to making a positive difference in the world.