Cameroon: Newsletter of the Mill Hill Missionaries
We recall with gratitude the legacy of missionaries who for over the past 150 years left their home countries to bring the Good News to our region here in Cameroon. Even today, the local church benefits from young missionary priests who come from other countries to minister in Cameroon and elsewhere in Africa.
But whereas in the past such missionaries would have come mostly from Europe, they now come increasingly from Asia (especially from India) and other parts of Africa. We give thanks for their sacrifice. Cardinal Vaughan founder of Mill Hill depended on lay people to support them in their work of spreading the gospel.
In Cameroon, a number of people in the parishes have a collection of red boxes to raise money for Mill Hill Missionaries which sends priests to the missions. By this, they are a vital part of the universal mission of the Church of Christ. Mill Hill Missionaries continue to help build up and sustain new faith communities in some of the poorest areas of the world. Among the Society’s main aims are the evangelisation of the poorest, solidarity with the marginalised, working towards a more just society, concern for the integrity of creation, inter-faith dialogue, and assisting local churches in their own missionary outreach.
Anthony Ndang Ndichia mhm
Before going back to Casay, I visited the evacuation center where the aged and PWDs are being housed. These evacuees in Sacred
On his part Br. Jorge Rodriguez Floyd working in the nation’s Diocese of Malakal disclosed the Province of Comboni Missionaries has plans
According to the Bishop, “This Pastoral Plan aims at helping us to move from a maintenance Church to a Missionary Church, from