Missionnaires

Clarétains

Cameroun

Actualités

 
 


 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

Supérieur

P. Rodolphe MBIDA, cmf

Consultor

P.Jude Thaddeus LANGEH,cmf

Consultor

Fr. Elisee Abé, cmf

Econome, non-consultor

End of Recollection and Innaugural Mass

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Second Assembly of the Delegation of Cameroon
After a full day of recollection, animated by Mgr Faustin Ambassa, cicm, we had a Eucharistic celebration to inaugurate the Second Assembly of our Delegation. The Bishop who was chief celebrant celebrated the VOTIVE MASS OF THE HOLY SPIRIT. He prayed in a special way that the Holy Spirit might guide and direct us during the Assembly.
The seminarians of Martyrs of Barbastro Philosophy formation centre animated the mass with beautiful songs.
We have received enough spiritual force to lead us into tomorrow’s activities.
 

Second Ordinary Assembly of the Delegation of Cameroon

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MISSIONARIES ON THE MOVE

The Second Ordinary Assembly of the Claretian missionaries in Cameroon just began this morning in Yaoundé. We are to be accompanied by Fr. Manuel Tamargo and Br. Carlos Vergas. This Assembly will run from the 23rd to the 27th of May. Today, which is the first day, has been set aside as a day of recollection, which will help usher the participants into the Assembly proper.
Mgr. Faustin Ambassa, CICM, the Bishop of Batouri, Cameroon, is currently preaching the recollection. As his starting point, the Bishop is insisting on the Declaration of the 25th General Chapter “Missionarii Sumus.” This document as he commented speaks clearly our Identity as missionaries.
Mission is a principle in everything we do, the Bishop exhorted, and we must make it clear that we are missionaries. This insistence on mission meets up with the theme chosen for our Assembly, “Missionaries on the Move.”