- Jan 28, 2020
Catholic prelates are leading two “peace caravans” to inform the people of Cameroon’s two English-speaking regions of the resolutions of the Oct. 29-Nov.4 “Major National Dialogue” aimed at ending a secessionist rebellion in the country.
A bishop in Cameroon’s troubled South West Region has called on separatist fighters to stop targeting and harassing local clergy.
A Catholic priest who runs the local Caritas for his Cameroonian archdiocese was arrested on Sunday, and a local bishop says he has no idea why.
With the prayers of Pope Francis, a major national dialogue to resolve the crisis that has been rocking Cameroon’s English-speaking regions began on Monday, although separatist rebels refused to attend.
A survey conducted by religious leaders ahead of Cameroon’s Sept. 30- Oct. 4 “Major National Dialogue” has indicated the severity of the nation’s Anglophone crisis, according to the country’s sole Catholic cardinal.
An upcoming “major national dialogue” in Cameroon has been hailed as a positive step by the country’s only Catholic cardinal.