Buea, Cameroon: Bishop Suppresses Six ‘Congregations’
The Bishop of Cameroon’s Buea Diocese has “suppressed without exception” six “congregations” that were masquerading as Institutes of Diocesan Right from operating in his Episcopal See.
In his Wednesday, February 16 pastoral letter, Bishop Michael Bibi gives a six-day ultimatum to members of the missionary Sons of Saint Peter, Little Sons of the Eucharist, the Missionary Sons of Saint Mulumba, Daughters of the Sacred Passion, Mater Domini, and Daughters of Mary Mother of the Eucharistic Jesus.
Making reference to the six “congregations”, Bishop Bibi says, “The above-mentioned associations are without exception suppressed and can no longer operate in the Diocese of Buea.”
“Members of these associations have up to the 22nd of February at the latest to leave the Diocese of Buea,” the Cameroonian Catholic Bishop says about members of the six “new ‘congregations’ which had come into the diocese (all from Nigeria).”