- Jan 22, 2020
As Africa enters a new year, Church leaders hope many of the problems of 2019 can be put behind them.
Cameroon’s Catholic clergy made a special effort to visit the West African country’s prisons on Christmas Day.
As ethnic tensions threaten Cameroon’s social fabric, the country’s Catholic bishops have warned the country’s citizens about the dangers of moving down the road of tribalism.
Cameroon’s leading prelate has condemned the “deteriorating” human rights situation in the African country.
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.