Forgiveness and celebration are at the heart of community. These are the two faces of love. The poorer people are, the more they love to celebrate. The festivals of the poorest people in Africa last for several days. They use all their savings on huge feasts and beautiful clothes. These feasts nearly always celebrate a divine or a religious event. They are sacred occasions. In richer countries we have lost the art of celebrating. People go to movies or watch television or have other leisure activities; they go to parties but they do not celebrate
"Father Nicholas Groot mhm worked and died in Cameroon as a hero. Cameroon was his first assignment as a missionary and he stayed until his death'. Dear Mill Hill family,
Emmanuel Nuh Mbeh mhm VIOLENCE.....!!! What a world, is the exclamation in many minds and hearts! The overwhelming sense of insecurity in every country and city and heart - One…
THE GROWTH OF THE CHURCH IN MBISSI VILLAGE
After experiencing the life of young people in many different countries and situations - in DR Congo where I grew up, during my years of training for the missionary priesthood in East Africa (Entesekera/Kenya and Kotido/Uganda) and now as a theology student on 'mission experience' in the Catholic Mission of Ilung in NW Cameroon - I am deeply convinced that youth apostolate is not an optional extra but an integral part of the Church's ministry at every level.
AFRICA/CAMEROON - English-speaking areas without the Internet for 50 days to try to block the protest for bilingualism Yaounde (Agenzia Fides) -
Lectern and MISSION
To say that he is still firing on all cylinders may be a slight exaggeration, but at age 75 thoughts of retirement are still far removed from Brother Huub Welters' mind.
“STRANGERS, RIVALS OR PARTNERS”?