Governing Council

Members of the Governing Council
  • Archbishops and Bishops of the Ecclesiastical Provinces of Cape Coast, Accra and Kumasi shall constitute the Governing Council of the Seminary.
  • The Council shall be responsible for overseeing the implementation of the Seminary’s formation programme.
  • It shall meet at least once a year and submit an annual report on the Seminary to the Congregation for the Evangelisation of Peoples.
  • The Bishops who form the Council shall in turns visit the Seminary every semester.
  • The Archbishop of Cape Coast presides over the meetings of the Governing Council. He is spokesman of the Council on all official matters.
  • The Archbishop of Accra shall assist the Archbishop of Cape Coast and act in his absence.
  • The Governing Council shall present the name for the Rector to the Congregation for the Evangelisation of Peoples, which confirms the nomination through the issuance of Decree.
  • The Archbishop of Cape Coast shall provide immediate supervision and give direction on all which do not     immediately require the decision of the entire Governing Council.
  • The Archbishop of Cape Coast shall appoint the Vice Rector, Spiritual Director(s) and other members of the teaching staff with the consent of the Governing Council.
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This is the “school of Jesus”, where young men are not only trained in discipleship but are also configured into the image of Christ Jesus Our Lord and Saviour.​ We uphold the Four Pillars of Formations: Human, Spiritual, Intellectual and Pastoral Formations.​ This Theologicum of the Fisherman upholds the primacy Sacred Scripture, Sacred Tradition and the Magisterium.​

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The seminary is an ecclesiastical institution for the formation of Future Catholic Priests. It is referred to as a Seminary and not just a Theological College because the seminary brings to mind a humane environment where seeds are sown, nurtured and pruned to bear fruits and to provide shelter for the homeless and food for the hungry. The seminary has a universal accreditation for it does exactly what is done in almost all the Catholic Theological faculties in the world.

The vision of St. Peter’s Regional Seminary is to help form priests who will fit well in the universal Church and also become vibrant in the Ghanaian or the African context. A people who would help sustain the dignity of human beings and enhance the created order.

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