Yaoundé, Cameroon. On April 5 the Claretians from the Delegation of Central Africa celebrated their Assembly in Yaoundé/Nkolbisson, Cameroon.
Presiding at the Asssembly was the Major Superior Fr. Medard Kwango, CMF together with members of his Council.
At this meeting one of the recommendations of the General Assembly of 2008 was put into practice: the need to have more frequent regional assemblies. It was also an echo of the recommendations of the XXIV General Chapter and of the meeting of Major Superiors which took place in Colmenar Viejo in 2010.
The Assembly took on the process of congregational renewal using “The Forge in Daily Life” project and dealt with various aspects of the reorganization of the Provinces and Delegations of the Congregation as well as the economic situation of the Delegation.
The Major Superior took advantage of the occasion to highlight various themes suggested during canonical visits made to the communities.