About Us

Contact information:

(+233) 242 205 298

Contact us between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.

E-mail: news@parishbroadcast.com

Parish Broadcast (PB) was founded in 2017, as a measure of reawakening the Catholic Faith in Ghana. This is in response to Pope St. John Paul II’s call for a “New Evangelization.” It is one of the fastest-growing Catholic news providers in Ghana.

PB provides free, up-to-the-minute news affecting the Catholic Church both Locally and Internationally, to any person with access to the internet. PB is proud to offer free access to its news items to Catholic dioceses, parishes, and websites, in order to increase awareness of the activities of the Catholic Church and to foster a sense of Catholic thought and culture in the life of every Catholic, especially in Ghana. Though its focus is spread throughout the world, PB closely covers the Catholic Church in Ghana and news events to keep all Catholics up to date with affairs in the Catholic Church.

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The Parish Broadcast’s roots begin with its mother agency, News Room Ghana which is a news portal that provides up to the minute news from around the globe.

Parish Broadcast, on the other hand, concentrates on news affecting the Catholic Church. Having its own reporters, PB provides authentic first-hand news while also reporting news from other credible news providers in Ghana and across the world.

PB does not only provide news, but it also provides its readers with other forms of information like daily readings, a Catholic Library, Podcasts, Catholic Music, Commentary, Catechism, and Free eBooks.

Parish Broadcast is overseen by Mr. Kafui Adimado, who serves as executive director of PB and News Room Ghana. Mr. Adimado, a seasoned software engineer, received his training in Information Technology from the Methodist University of Ghana. In addition to serving as head of PB and News Room Ghana, he has served in several capacities in the St Barnabas Catholic Church, Haatso-Agbogba, in the choir, Parish Youth Council, Parish Pastoral Council, and the Youth Development Committee.

In accord with its goal to provide Catholic resources free of charge, PB is funded, almost entirely, by gifts from our readers and benefactors.