Pastoral Care


  • Methods of imparting the Gospel message enhanced;
  • Liturgical Celebrations across the Diocese standardised;
  • Vocations and Family Life enhanced;
  • Enhanced structures for effective integrated Youth development in the Diocese.

Human Development


  • Diocesan Livelihood and advocacy: Farm families in the Diocese are food secure, disaster and risks among the poor and vulnerable reduced and sound environmental management enhanced.
  • Catholic Education: Access to quality education improved.
  • Diocesan health service: Access to quality health services improved.
  • Good Governance, Justice and peace: Justice in all sectors and structures of the Church and civil societies promoted; unity in the Diocese enhanced;

Institutional Structure Process and Self-Reliance


  • Institutional effectiveness and efficiency enhanced;
  • Diocesan Self-Reliance drive advanced.


“The Church, our mother, knows that if these media are properly used they can be of considerable benefit to mankind. They contribute greatly to the enlargement and enrichment of men’s minds and to the propagation and consolation of the kingdom of God. But the Church also knows that man can use them in ways that are contrary to the Creator’s design and damaging to himself. Indeed, she grieves with a mother’s sorrow at the harm all too often afflicted on society by their misuse” (Degree on the Means of Social Communication, no.2).

It is with great joy that I welcome all visitors to our Diocesan website which we are happy to launch officially on the Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God. By the choice of this day we are entrusting the success and fruitfulness of this project to the intercession of our patroness, Our Lady of Seven Sorrows.

The above quotation from the Degree of the Means of Social Communication of the Second Vatican Council beautifully summaries the goal behind the establishment of this website.

It is intended, among others, to serve as a source of information about the life and activities of the Catholic Diocese of Navrongo-Bolgatanga, to inform and form those who wish to learn and know more about the Catholic faith and practices and to contribute to a sanitary use of the invaluable gift of the means of social communication through an exemplary responsible use of the site.

I am immensely grateful to all those who have worked behind the scenes to design, create and ensure that this website is up and running. I urge all our pastors, religious men and women and our lay faithful to make good and responsible use of the facility and above all to help sustain it.

Once more welcome and may God bless you as visit the site.

Most. Rev. Alfred Agyenta

Bishop, Navrongo-Bolgatanga Diocese.

To make visible a faith-driven, self-reliant united Catholic Diocesan family, founded on the values of Christ.



Inspired by the Gospel Message of love, we work together as a united family of diverse people towards the promotion of the Kingdom of God in Navrongo-Bolgatanga Diocese through:

  • Celebrating the Word and Sacraments
  • Witnessing to the forgiving, healing & saving presence of Jesus Christ
  • Being stewards of God’s creation
  • Promoting justice & peace and enhancing the integral development of the Human Person
  • Promoting peaceful co-existence in and outside the Diocesan family
  • Partnership and networking

Patroness of the Diocese: 

Our Lady of Sorrow


"You are the light of the world. A city built on a hill cannot be hid" (Mt. 5,14)

To Project the light of Christ in the Catholic Diocese of Navrongo-Bolgatanga

Core Values:

The socio-pastoral development efforts of the Diocese shall be governed by the following values:

Christian, human centred, non-discriminatory, partnership, stewardship, transparency, accountability & sustainability

Thematic Areas 



Bishop's Secretariat

Address: Box 351, Navrongo, Ghana

Phone: 03820-23141



Monday - Friday: 8am - 5pm


Rev. Fr, Vitus Adiita

Web Developer/Webmaster

Callistus Ireneous Nakpih


Copyright © All Rights Reserved

Navrongo-Bolgatanga Diocese