Les Missionnaires Clarétains sont arrivés au Cameroun en 1970 (dans la partie francophone, précisément à Akono dans l´Archidiocèse de Yaoundé) et en 1986 (dans la partie anglophone précisément à Batibo dans l’Archidiocèse de Bamenda. Aujourd’hui, ils sont présents dans 9 diocèses (Yaoundé, Mbalmayo, Obala, Bafoussam, Bamenda, Kumbo, Kumba, Buéa et Douala).  Leur apostolat se regroupe en deux grands secteurs : l´animation des paroisses (17 paroisses au total) et la formation des missionnaires.  Ils exercent l´accompagnement des fidèles, la pastorale juvénile, la catéchèse, la célébration des sacrements, l´animation des communautés ecclésiales de base, la formation biblique et de justice et paix. Quant à la formation, On compte 3 maisons : un postulat-philosophât, un noviciat et un Théologat.

Gouvernement de la délégation

P. Michel Archange TIGUI,cmf


P. Rodolphe MBIDA, cmf


P.Jude Thaddeus LANGEH,cmf


Fr. Elisee Abé, cmf

Econome, non-consultor

Perpetual vows of Student Serge Destin Alolo, cmf

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Yaoundé, Cameroon. Today, Claretians and Christians from far and wide converged in Saint Charles Lwanga Parish Nkolbisson for the Perpetual vows of Student Serge Destin Alolo, cmf. The Holy Mass was nicely animated by the Community Choir of the Parish and the Claret Youths from Saint John Mary Vianney Parish, Beedi Malangue, Douala. The homilist, Fr. Jude Thaddeus Langeh, cmf exhorted the student to put into practice all the virtues of a good religious missionary, beginning with the Evangelical Councils. He presented the Final vows as a consecration for the mission (Mk 16:15). With much solemnity, Destin professed his vows in the hands of Fr Michel Archange Tigui, cmf, Major Superior of Cameroon. Also present at the celebration were Fr Manuel Tamargo and Brother Carlos Vergas.

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End of the Assembly

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Today consisted in the adoption of the Assembly document “Missionaries on the Move”. Yesterday, there were workshops in which the participants corrected the document. We proceeded point by point and through absolute majority vote by members. After this exercise, the final document for the next triennium 2016-2019 was adopted by all members.

VRF Michel Archange Tigui, cmf, the Major Superior thanked all those who participated towards the success of this Assembly. He thanked the General Superior via Fr. Tamargo and Br Carlos for their constant accompaniment and support.

Brother Carlos then presented the Prefecture of Youths and Vocations to the participants. He received some questions. Afterwards, in the name of the president and the General Government, Brother Carlos thanked the Delegation for the welcome and the nice activities of the Assembly.

The president then asked the participants to vote for the close of the second Ordinary Assembly of the Independent Delegation of Cameroon.
In the thanksgiving mass that followed, Father Michel Tigui, the Major Superior consecrated the next triennium to the Immaculate Heart of Mary through the votive mass.

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This morning the President of the Assembly, Fr Tamargo read to the participants the names of the new members of Government appointed by the General Superior for the next triennium:

Fr. Michel Archange Tigui  (Major Superior)

Fr. Jude Thaddeus Langeh (Consultor)

Fr. Rodolph Mbida (Consultor)

Fr. Elisee Abé (Econome, non-consultor)

Afterwards, the President asked each of the new leaders if they accept their appointment. Each and every one insisted that he is a missionary and by the grace of God he accepts his appointment to serve.

The whole Assembly burst into joy and euphoria and danced at the rhythm of music.

25th of May 2015 : Reports from the Secretary and Response of the Government

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Today’s session began with a very special animation session by Fathers Prosper Helona and Jude Langeh. The moderator of the day Fr. Valentine Achuo, after opening prayers gave room to the assembly secretaries to present the minutes of the last two days. These were adopted by the house as correct. The group secretaries then gave summaries of the results of their workshops. After a period of break the Government then responded. This took the whole day.

By 5pm in the evening, there were a series of questions directed to the members of the Government. The latter took time to respond to all these questions. With this, the first major part of our Assembly based on evaluation of the past Government ended. We then voted to conclude this part and move to the next part beginning tomorrow with the working document of the next Government. Fr. Tamargo thanked the past Government for their assiduous work and encouraged the members of the Assembly to do the same.

The day ended with the celebration of the Eucharist in thanksgiving to God for the work of the past Government.

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24th of May 2015 : Inauguration of the Assembly Proper

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This morning, we officially began the 2nd Assembly of the Delegation of Cameroon. All those invited for the Assembly were present. In his opening speech, the Major Superior declared the Assembly opened. He thanked the General Government for all the support rendered to the Delegation since its inception.

Fr. Manuel Tamargo, the president of the Assembly thanked all present for the gift of our Vocation, and expressed the greetings of the General Superior and all the Congregation. He exhorted all present to participate actively in the Assembly. This was followed by approving the choices of moderators, secretaries and other commissions.

Fr. Jude Langeh presented the report of the Government, while Fr. Guy Roger Enama on his part presented the economic report of the Government. The rest of the day was dedicated to workshops based on the above mentioned reports. The brothers were divided into five groups and a questionnaire was given to help comment the reports and ask questions to the Government.

The day ended with a mass celebrated by Fr. Tamargo, in which he encouraged brothers to be faithful to their calling as religious and missionaries.
Father Remy II Messanga was the moderator of the day. So far, the Assembly is in good footing. We implore the Congregation to remember Us in their prayers.     

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