Cameroon

Photo Album: Little sisters of Jesus, Cameroon

Photographs of the Little Sisters of Jesus and their friends in Cameroon  read more »

Twinning of the fraternities of Vitrolles (France) and Foumban (Cameroon)

After his election as Prior at the Chapter of Bangalore in October 2008, Herve Janson had to leave his fraternity of Foumban (Cameroon) in order to move to Brussels. He asked for a brother to go and strengthen this fraternity. Patrice Tassel, from the fraternity of Vitrolles (France), who is retired, agreed to go. He has some understanding of Cameroon because four brothers who have spent more than 40 years in Central Africa now live in the fraternity of Vitrolles.  read more »

Hello from Douala (Cameroon)

Two young brothers live in Douala, a large town in the south of Cameroon. It is a life marked by poverty, unemployment and also by a form of violence. Rene and Pius tell us about their first impact in the neighbourhood and their work.  read more »

Part of our history: The story of a friendship with the Bagyeli in the Cameroons

This is the story of the arrival of the Little sisters in Bipindi in 1952 and of their friendship with the Bagyeli people of the forest to this day.

Having the true needs of their friends at heart after 46 years the Little sisters left Bipindi for Kribi and now Ngovayang.

When the Bagyeli went to Douala in 1985 to welcome Pope John Paul II they sang this wonderful song:

‘If the Bagyeli have heard the Word of God they cannot move backwards but only forwards and so have a wonderful place at God's side.’  read more »

Nazareth with my Bagyeli friends in Ngovayang, Cameroon

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'Sometimes the Lord allows us to discover hidden treasures, which belonging to everyone should be shared so that together we can give thanks to God. I have lived in Ngovayang nearly four years and want to share with you my discoveries about the way of Jesus of Nazareth.'  read more »

Little Sisters of Jesus in Cameroon, Bright ideas!

'I had it in my head to try my hand at some sort of craft work to help earn our living.'  read more »