The Gospel is moving (Be inspired today 168 by Ngobesing Suh Romanus)

The Auxiliary Bishop of Bamenda, the energetic, Bishop Michael Bibi continues to sweeten the hearts of the traumatized people of his part of the country with his penetrative homilies.

The people here thirst for the reassuring words of the Lord more than ever before in the face of the trials they are having.

Many of them have been killed, many homes have been burnt down, many have lost dear ones and property, many have been displaced from their homes or have no homes.

Bishop Bibi has been going right to the hills and forests where many of them are hiding to celebrate Mass and call for a spirit if love, reconciliation and peace as prescribed by our heavenly Father.

Wherever he goes, Bishop Bibi is warmly received as faith in the Lord is the only hope the people have.

Here are more images of Bishop Bibi in the field:

We hope the Lord will hear our cries and bring this traumatic situation to successful end.


The ‘MUSIC & ART MIX’ Series – Part 10

Continuing with part 10 of the ‘MUSIC & ART MIX’ Series from the Michel Montecrossa Blog featuring songs, paintings, movies and photos by Michel Montecrossa and Mirakali – find more music & art in the original blog post on the Michel Montecrossa Blog here

Mirakali’s song and movie ‘Starbringing Heroes’


Michel Montecrossa’s painting ‘Life Is Coming Back’


Description:  ‘Life Is Coming Back’, Mirapuri, 2013, ink and acryl on canvas, 30 x 118cm

Photo by Mirakali – Clouds & Hills

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Keep going till you arrive

The night was so dark I could not see;
Where I put my foot, I did not know;
But I knew where I was going;
So I moved on, one step at a time,
I tested the ground before I put my foot;
Yet, many times I fell;
Potholes were here and there;
The road was not straight;
Many bends and uphills;
But I kept on going;
And each time I fell, I got up;
When I got tired, I rested;
And on my way I went.
See where I stand today;
I arrived;
My bruises are healed;
Now, I celebrate;
And what do I celebrate?
Not just victory but stay on power.
Because I stayed on,
Because I had the courage
To go through thick and thin to the end,
Victory played its way into my hands.
No secret is greater than this.
Stay on to the end;
Once you know where you are going,
No matter the potholes, the bends and hills,
Keep going till you arrive.