Congo & Cameroon, New Independent Delegations. Gabon, General Mission

Jun 6, 2012 | Cameroun, Congo, General Government, General Houses, Padre Xifre

Roma, Italy. Within the process of congregational reorganization, the General Government has approved the constitution of the Independent Delegations of the Congo and Cameroon. Likewise, it has approved the juridical status of “Mission” for the communities of Gabon, which will directly depend on the General Government.

The three new Organisms, since 2005, were part of the Independent Delegation of Central Africa. Within it were grouped missions founded by the Provinces of Germany (Congo), Canada (Cameroon), and Italy (Gabon). After seven year the General Government determined that the Claretian presence in these places had developed in their pastoral, vocational-formative, and economic aspects.

The new Organisms make-up the established communities within the geographic limits of the respective countries and will begin to function juridically beginning July 6, 2012.

To begin, the General Government has named the following Councils which will govern these Organisms from 2012 to 2015.

Government of the Delegation of the Congo:
Major Superior: Médard Kwango Mbay Lundes
Consultor : Joseph Mbungu-Mutu
Consultor-Econome : Dieudonné Nbidu Mwamba

Government of the Delegation of Cameroon:
Major Superior: Michel Archange Tigui
Consultor : Jude Thaddeus Langeh
Consultor : Rodolphe Mbida
Econome (non-consultor): Guy Roger Enama

Council of the Mission of Gabon:
Coordinator: Yves Lousou
Consultor: Robert Avula Membo
Consultor-Econome: Lorenzo Mulas

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