Story by: Isaac Kotam
Kumasi (Ash) Teachers in Ghana have been urged to make moral integrity be their Hall mark and not to follow worldly things, especially the Catholic Teachers.
Rev. Fr. Michael Owusu Kwarteng, Chaplain for the Catholic Arcdiocese of Kumasi Association of Catholic Teachers (ACT), made the advice when the members of the Association had their annual retreat at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Kumasi.
He urged the teachers to serve in Christ with moral integrity been their Hall mark as Catholic teachers and they could do that by living a life of emulation for their students to learn from them.
Fr. Michael Kwarteng, reminded them that they should know that through their employment as teachers they had been charged to serve and minister to the society they found themselves.
He told them that they should not let order of the day make them forget their Christian principles rather they should stand firm for Christ.