KSJI Madina wishes you a properous new year and look forward to sharing many of our activities.
4 September 2015
Queen of Peace Knights & Ladies attend Ordination of Brother Knight Elisee Yao Attiogbe in Lome,TOGO
|With Brothers of Togo Grand Commandery|
|with Queen of Peace Officers|
|With Queen of Peace Sisters|
Sister Cyndi Ofori was the past Auxiliary Messenger, immediate past Financial Secretary and the current District Commander. Her dedication to the Auxiliary showed with the attendance where we had Sisters (team members) coming from St. Bernadette Ladies Auxiliary #325, (her first Auxiliary before transferring to Queen of Peace in 2005) to cross spears for her. We wish the happy couple a blissful wedded life.
11 August 2015
"When life's work is done and we sink to our rest, the greater the toil, the sweeter the slumber"
11th April 2008 S/K Augustine Akwasi Oteng Asamoah
October 2008 Cadet Jonathan Ayinah
11th September 2011 Sis Janet Yaa Ansah
4th October 2012 Sis Lucy Nimo Obeng
4th December 2012 Noble Sis Cecilia Pouwele Karbo
11th February 2014 Jnr Sis Lucy Ampim
17th February 2014 Noble Sis Maude Dorothy Asamoah
16th February 2015 Sis Janet Neegire
29th April 2015 Sis Margaret Kwame Elletey
2005 Presentation of stone Altar to Queen of Peace Catholic Church.
2007 Presentation of a full set of Altar Linen and Laminated Stations of the Cross.
2007 Presentation of Hymn Board to Queen of Peace.
2007 86 Sick and aged given hampers at Christmas.
2008 50 Sick and aged given hampers of food and toiletries;
2009 50 plastic chairs presented to Divine Mercy Catholic Church, Oponglo.
2009 Annual Christmas charity to sick and aged now taken up by the Parish.
2010 Visit and presentation to Ho Leprosarium.
2011 Blue and white concrete benches donated to Queen of Peace Church Grotto.
2011 15 Needy Parishioners received fully paid up National Health Cards.
2012 Presentation of Gh500 to Holy Rosary Catholic Church.
2012 Presentation of Gh500 to purchase drums for Holy Rosary Sunday School.
2012 Presentation of a pair of Ambo to Queen of Peace - dedicated by the Metropolitan Archbishop.
2013 Presentation of Cash to Queen of Peace at 7th Anniversary Mass.
2013 Presentation of Gh5,000 to St. Barnabas Catholic Church.
2014 Easter visit to sick and aged members of KSJI in Deanery.
2014 Presentation of Gh1,000 to St. Mark Catholic Church.
2014 Presentation of over 400 books to the library of the St. Mark Primary School.
2015 Presentation of Polytank and concrete stand to Queen of Peace Primary/JHS for clean water.
Queen of Peace celebrated their 10th Anniversary in grand style. The theme for the celebration was "Celebrating 10 years of the Lord's favour. Come let us praise the Lord". A series of activities were organised prior to the final ThanksgivingMass held on 31st May 2015. Events included a health walk
|Lt. Joseph Obeng receiving his 7th Award from S/K Ofori-Atta|
Before the Procession there was an inspection of the parade of Brothers and Sisters.
After Mass there was the introduction of the officers of the newly inaugurated Accra East District 3 Ladies Auxiliary of which Queen of Peace is a part. The programme ended joyfully with Cadets and Juniors being awarded certificates of merit. .
18 August 2014
On the 9th of August 2014 Commandery #604 initiated 12 new brothers. Their names are as follows:
From left to right:
1. Philip Nordu; 2. Abraham Gborfuh; 3. Joy Ofori-Kumeni; 4. Winfred
Wozuame; 5. Dominic Adjei; 6. Paschal Guddah; 7. Richard Attror; 8.
John D. Koomson; 9. Solomon K. Bamfiane; 10. Solomon Hadzide; 11. Seth Edem Amey; 12. John-Paul Mahama. Three of the new brothers, see to the right, are Seminarians and we know that they will grow to give us spiritual guidance. God bless them and we say Welcome into the Noble Order of the Knights of St. John International.
3 June 2014
The Commandery and Auxiliary were nine years old on the 7th May 2014. A Thanksgiving Mass was held on the 1st June 2014 at St. Mark Catholic Church, Atomic Hill Estate, Ashongman. A presentation of Gh1,000 was made to the Church and over 400 books presented to the St. Mark Catholic School. Rev. Father Major
On the 17th May 2014, to celebrate Marian Month, the Accra East Grand District 1 Ladies Auxiliary organised a Marian Rally. After a route walk carrying placards honouring our Lady, we gathered around the grotto to crown our Queen of Heaven and present flowers and our petitions to her. Below is the Queen of Peace President present her bouquet on behalf of the Auxiliary and the Sisters who attended.
On Holy Saturday, the Auxiliary and Commandery organised a visit to our Sick and Aged Members. Hampers and Cash were given to them. We prayed together and wished them healing and good health. We visited four members and surprised our Spiritual Director Rev Fr. Nimorious with a hamper too. Below are the hampers and team one ready to go. Our oldest Brother and Rev Father are seen here.
2 June 2014
Two Sisters, Prudence Sumbo (nee Kuutiere) and Firmine Akpo (nee Atorkui) celebrated the Sacrament of Holy Matrimony on the 18th January and 22nd February respectively. Brothers and Sisters attended in their numbers to wish them well in their union.
24 March 2014
17 November 2013
14 November 2013
On Sunday 10th November 2013 Thirteen new members were admitted into the Queen of Peace Junior Auxiliary #143. They had been well prepared and Rev Father Anthony gave them good advice and blessed them. They were welcomed by all including the President of the Ladies Auxiliary, The Directress and Assistant Directress and Sis Marvel Amakyi whose second daughter is now part of this noble Order. They were refreshed and given advice by other members of the Junior Auxiliary
8 November 2013
On the 2nd November 2013, Six Brothers were initiated into our Noble Order at Queen of Peace Commandery #604, Madina. The Brothers had gone through intense lectures and drills and were well prepared to be received into the Order.We see them proudly standing for the group photograph immediately after the initiation. From left to right we have:
29 October 2013
Our Cadets and Juniors were at a retreat from the 25th to the 27th October at the Franciscan Valley of Prayer and Silence in Saltpond. They were taken through the Rosary prayers, The way of the Cross, Meditation and Prayer and talks. On the final day they turned out in their military uniforms at Mass presented two wonderful hampers to the Friars and gave a military display to the delight of the Friars. They
came back refreshed and renewed.The were accompanied by the Assistant Cadet Organiser Brother Raymond Dzandu, Brother Joseph Adelmar and Assistant Directress, Sister Mercy Bayuo
14 October 2013
The Knights,The Ladies Auxiliary, The Cadets and Junior Auxiliary
THE LADIES AUXILIARY - Accra East District 3
The Ladies Co-ordinating Committee was established to co-ordinate the activities of the three Grand Ladies Auxiliaries in Ghana with Sis. Josephine Sey as the first Chairperson.
The Ladies Auxiliary have been very active in organising in all the five countries in West Africa. The first Ladies Auxiliary was organised in Liberia followed by Philomena's Auxiliary at Sekondi, then Kumasi, Keta and Denu respectively all in Ghana. The ladies are a strong support of the Knights whenever they turnout.(A turnout is when the Order appears for an event in full military uniform)
Running concurrently with the Knights and Ladies are the Cadet Commanderies & Junior Auxiliaries. These are the nursery stages of the Order where young boys and girls, as future leaders, are groomed to take over from the older Knights and Ladies.
Meeting Days of Commandery and Auxilliary of Queen of Peace, Madina - All meetings are held at the Queen of Peace Catholic School premises.
The Knights Commandery meet the 2nd Saturday of the month at 9.00 am.
The Ladies Auxiliary meet the 2nd Saturday of the month at 8.00 am.
The Cadet Commandery meet the 1st Sunday of the month at 9.30 a.m. after First Mass.
The Junior Auxiliary meet the 1st Sunday of the month at 9.30 a.m. after the First Mass.
The Patron Saint of the Ladies Auxiliary is The Blessed Virgin Mary and her colours are Blue for love and White for purity
The Patron Saint of the Knights is St. John the Baptist
The Order is involved in the following activities:
Youth Development/Sport and games