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Fr. Ludovic Lado during the pilgrimage to pray for peace in the Anglophone regions of Cameroon interrupted by the police. / Fr. Ludovic Lado/Facebook Page.

Cleric in Cameroon Promises to Resume Pilgrimage “alive or dead” after Police Harassment

A member of the Society of Jesus (SJ) who was arrested shortly after he embarked on a 245-kilometre pilgrimage to pray for peace in Cameroon has condemned the ill-treatment he received at the hands of police.

Fr. Ludovic Lado marching for Dialogue, Peace in the Anglophone Regions of Cameroon. / Fr. Ludovic Lado/Facebook Page.

Jesuit Cleric in Cameroon Dedicates Pilgrimage to Dialogue, Peace in Anglophone Regions

A member of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) in Cameroon who has embarked on a 245-kilometre pilgrimage says he has dedicated the spiritual initiative to efforts toward dialogue, peace and reconciliation in the Anglophone regions of the Central African nation, which have experienced violent conflict since 2016.

Sr Ana Gutierrez, a Spanish Nun serving at the Bikok Catholic Health Centre on the outskirts of Cameroon's capital Yaounde. / Vatican News

“Making people believe COVID-19 exists a major challenge”: Spanish Nun Serving in Cameroon

A Spanish nun serving as a doctor in the Central African nation of Cameroon says the major challenge she is facing at the present time is making residents believe that COVID-19 is a real pandemic.

Christian Cardinal Tumi (left) and Bishop Andrew Nkea Fuanya (right) working to bring  Peace to the Troubled North West and South West Regions of Cameroon. /

“Launching of peace drive successful,” Cameroon Prelates Report on Sensitization Mission

Two Catholic Prelates, Christian Cardinal Tumi and Bishop Andrew Nkea who recently spearheaded a peace delegation to the North West and South West Regions of Cameroon in view of sensitizing citizens about the proposals made during the end-September early-October National Dialogue have described their mission as “successful” and a “good beginning.”