The Catholic Bishop of Buea Diocese in Cameroon has condoled with the family of four children who died following a fire incident at their home in Batoke, a town within his Episcopal See.
Social media attacks have trailed the leadership of Bishop Michael Miabesue Bibi from the time he ascended to the helm of Cameroon’s Catholic Diocese of Buea, first as Apostolic Administrator in December 2019. Bishop Bibi has, however, chosen to look the other way and focus on development of his Episcopal See, members of the Diocese’s Pastoral Council have said.
Pope Francis has implored for the Blessed Virgin Mary’s “strength and consolation” for the victims of the February 11 bomb attack on Nkambe town in Cameroon that reportedly led to the death of at least one person, injuring dozens.
The Chancellor of the Roman Curia, Ghanaian-born Peter Kodwo Appiah Cardinal Turkson, has called upon the five newly ordained Priests for the Catholic Archdiocese of Douala in Cameroon to nurture the spirit of the Holy Eucharist in their Priestly ministry.
Bishop George Nkuo has described the last 25 years since the Catholic Diocese of Mamfe in Cameroon was erected as “a journey” characterized with happy and not-so-happy experiences.
Archbishop Andrew Fuanya Nkea of Bamenda Archdiocese in Cameroon has expressed his solidarity with persons affected by the fire disaster that razed hundreds of shops at the central market in his Metropolitan See.
The representative of the Holy Father in Cameroon has called upon members of the Clergy ministering in the country’s Diocese of Mamfe to be agents of service and champions of fraternity amid violent conflicts that the Cameroonian Diocese has witnessed for years.
Bishop George Nkuo of the Catholic Diocese of Kumbo in Cameroon has condemned “in the strongest terms” the killing of innocent civilians during an attack on Nkambe town and the disruption of Holy Mass at Christ the King Jakiri Parish of his Episcopal See.
Members of the Catholic Men Association (CMA) in Cameroon’s Diocese of Buea are in solidarity with Bishop Michael Miabesue Bibi, who has been facing attacks since he started governing the Cameroonian Diocese, first as Apostolic Administrator in December 2019.
The Marian Grotto of Our Lady of the Fields Mbandjock Parish of Cameroon’s Catholic Diocese of Obala has been vandalized, the Parish Priest has said.
The Catholic Bishop of Buea Diocese in Cameroon has condemned the killing and injury of innocent civilians and vandalism after “unidentified gunmen” attacked Buea Central market in his Episcopal See.
The Catholic Bishop of Buea Diocese in Cameroon has condoled with victims of the tragic road accident that occurred on January 23, resulting in the death of at least two persons and injuring of dozens.
Bishop Michael Miabesue Bibi of Cameroon’s Buea Diocese has lifted the prohibition on his predecessor, Bishop Emmanuel B. Bushu, from concelebrating with him and celebration Holy Mass in public in the Cameroonian Episcopal See without his “explicit permission”.
Catholic Bishops in Cameroon have expressed their “compassion” for victims of violence in the Far North region as well as the Northwest and the Southwest regions of the Central African nation.
The President of the National Episcopal Conference of Cameroon (NECC) has urged citizens of the Central Africa nation to work towards ensuring that “real peace” is realized throughout the country in 2024.
In the recently launched year of the Holy Spirit in Cameroon’s Bamenda Archdiocese, the people of God in the country are praying for an end of insecurity in the country's English speaking North West and South West regions.
Bishop Emmanuel B. Bushu, who retired from the pastoral care of Cameroon’s Catholic Diocese of Buea in December 2019, has been prohibited from celebrating or concelebrating Holy Mass in public in the Cameroonian Episcopal See without the “explicit permission” of his successor.
The Archdiocese of Bamenda in Cameroon has launched the year of the Holy Spirit which is set to run from January to December with a view of stimulating spiritual growth among the people of God.
The Bishop of Cameroon's Catholic Diocese of Buea has faulted members of the Clergy in the diocese for not wearing clerical attire while undertaking their pastoral activities.
Catholic Bishops in Cameroon have added their voice to other Catholic Church leaders, who have prohibited the implementation of Fiducia Supplicans in their Episcopal Sees and territories they govern.