A couple of years ago, I had the privilege and opportunity to make a pilgrimage to the Holy Land for the very first time. The holy sites we visited and many things fascinated me. One of my favorites was the Church of the Annunciation in Nazareth.
The existence of St. Thomas Aquinas’ Major Seminary, STAMS, Bambui has not been an ordinary one. In fact, the extraordinary happenings that have characterised its years and mission began when it was born forty years ago.
Many Africans believe that
witchcraft is standing in the way of progress in Africa. But what is
witchcraft? Over the years many scholars have advanced a number of definitions,
but in our present context, witchcraft will simply be defined as the power of
Every year as December approaches, there is commotion in the markets as busy purchasers and merchants jam shop hallways. The monetary demands on families are very high. Crime increases for experience has shown that a combination of excessive dining, wining and dancing, always relegate reason giving room for a holiday in line with conventional wisdom.
This is a very common say about the time of Christmas, it is an expression that aims at reminding us what lies at the heart of Christmas and thus helps us avoid the many distractions and mistakes that could be part of our experience during this time.
By Rev. Fr. Jean-Robert Ngandjui, STL New Evangelisation
Rev. Fr. Jean Roboert Ngandjui
Since October 7, in Rome there is a synod going on: “The New Evangelisation for the Transmission of the Christian Faith.” Who truly is concerned by this New Evangelisation? The whole idea of the New Evangelisation is to find ways to rekindle faith in the hearts of people who used to be Christians, but who are no more practicing, and have even lost their Christian identity.
Mother Teresa said, “Loneliness and the feeling of being unwanted is the most terrible poverty.” We can overcome this poverty by building bridges and taking pride in the community to which we belong. The inalienable right to belong is a basic human need.
The late media icon and Le Messager publisher, Pius Njawé, will be laid to rest in his village Babouantou, near Bafang, West Region on August 7 in a ceremony that will bring together different personalities and the entire media family.
In the event the status quo is maintained, it will not be surprising to see a repeat of the violent strike that plunged Cameroon into an impasse for close to a week in February 2008. A 2004 Presidential aspirant and vice dean in charge of Studies and Students' Affairs, Faculty of Arts Buea University, Dr. George Nyamdi made this assertion Thursday, February 25 in Buea during a Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, FES, Political Dialogue, which held under the theme, "Youth and Nation Building in Cameroon. "
On the eve of the 25th edition of the International Day of the Woman, a 16-year old girl was raped at Ntamulung Bamenda. The pain this girl is undergoing is nothing compared to the psychological trauma she would have to endure for the rest of her life.