Ho Diocese is located in the Volta Region of Ghana and constitutes ten Administrative Districts, namely: Ho, Kpando and Hohoe municipal areas. Others include, North Dayi, South Dayi, Adaklu, Agortime-Ziope, Ho-West, Afadjato-South Districts and parts of Asuogyaman District in the Eastern Region. The Diocese lies within longitudes 12'E and 0 53'E; and latitudes 6 20'N. 

The Jasikan District lies in the North of the Ho Diocese while it is bordered in the East by the Republic of Togo. The Southern border is shared with Akatsi and North Tongu Districts while the Volta Lake forms the Western boundary. Ho Diocese covers a total land area of 5893 square kilometers. It is divided into twenty-nine Parishes.

Grotto Development Committee Outdoored

A nine-member committee has been constituted by the bishop to oversee the holistic development of Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto at Kpando-Agbenoxoe.

The committee is made up of the following members;


Most Rev. Emmanuel Kofi Fianu, SVD, Bishop of Ho, has commissioned a six- Unit Classroom Block for the St. Joseph R.C Primary School at Avatime Biakpa with a call on stakeholders to continue resourcing schools with teachers, teaching and learning materials.


HOMILY AT THE THANKSGIVING MASS ON 4TH OCTOBER 2015 (27th Sunday in Ordinary Time)
Brothers and sisters in Christ, on this 27th Sunday in Ordinary Time, both the First Reading and the Gospel invite us to reflect on the indissolubility of marriage.
We all know that this is one of the thorny issues in contemporary society. We are all witnesses to the high rate of divorce in our society today. As Christians, we uphold the dignity and sacredness of the union between man and woman. We defend the right of every child to a family that reflects the biblical teachings that we heard today in the First Reading and the Gospel.






The Bishop

On July 14, 2015, The Holy Father appointed Rev. Fr. Emmanuel Fianu, S.V.D., Secretary General of the Council of the Divine Word Fathers as Bishop of Ho (Ghana).

He was ordained a priest on July 14, 1985 in Accra. Since ordination, he has served in the following academic and pastoral roles




“Lord, make me an instrument of your peace; where there is hatred, let me sow love; where there is injury, pardon;
where there is doubt, faith; where there is despair, hope; where there is darkness, light; and where there is sadness, joy.”

-St. Francis