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About St. Paul's Catholic Seminary
St. Paul's Catholic Seminary is primarily a formation centre. Its aim is to form priests after the heart of Christ. It does so through spiritual, pastoral, human and intellectual formation.
Its academic focus is on the study of philosophy. It however introduces seminarians to Sociology, Scriptures, Liturgy, Human Development, Spiritual Theology, Languages and Computer Science.
The first year in St. Paul's is the Spiritual Year. It is a year set apart for discernment and spiritual growth. The three subsequent years are meant for philosophical, sociological and biblical studies. The three year philosophy course is destined for a BA degree in philosophy.
St. Paul's is affiliated to the university of Ghana. It is in the process of obtaining further affiliation with a Pontifical University soon.
To form priests after the heart of Jesus, the Eternal High Priest.
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The Governing Council
The Governing Council of the Seminary is constituted by the Archbishops and Bishops of the ecclesiastical provinces of Cape Coast, Accra and Kumasi.Together, they exercise overall supervision of the running of the Seminary (Canon259.1). They are responsible for the approval of the seminary formation program (Canon 243). The Council oversees the implementation of the formation program (Canon 259. 2). They meet at least once a year to submit the Rector’s approved report on the Seminary to the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples. They take turns to visit the Seminary each semester (Canon 259, 2). They ensure that the Seminary is adequately staffed and funded (Canon 263). In keeping with Canon 263, the Governing Council, reviews all fees, salaries, allowances, and expenses of the seminary.