Head of the Sudanese Conference of Bishops, Bishop Eduardo Hiiboro Kussala of Tombura-Yambio: "My thinking is that the Holy Father would choose to come just for the love of his…
St Michael's Abbey It was quite a nostalgic trip for all of us: our visit to St Michael's Abbey, the Benedictine monastery at Farnborough, at the end of our three days Editors meeting at Maidenhead.
Thirty years ago in 1986 a terrible disaster hit the villages situated in the vicinity of Lake Nyos in Cameroon. Here are some impression garnered on a recent visit:
Parish church, Fundong Fundong Portrait of a Parish Fundong is one of the three parishes in the archdiocese of Bamenda entrusted to the Mill Hill Missionaries
'If it is a boy child, offer it to God'.
The story of Duncan MacGilvray, Mill Hill Missionary Brother.
The Catholic community in the remote village of Fonfuka, NW Province, Cameroon, has a distinguished pedigree. Masonry of old church It was founded nearly one hundred years ago, in 1919 to be precise, by a returnee soldier from the island of Fernando Po situated off the coast of Cameroon. Many Cameroonian soldiers serving in the German colonial army in different capacities were interned there after the German defeat in WWI. A significant number of them became Christians and turned into active apostles when they returned to their regions of origin after the war. The little church built by this fervent lay missionary in Fonfuka still stands. However, the seed sown in those distant days took a while to come to fruition.