The Cameroon Catholic Community, CCC living in the German city of Mülheim has dedicated this Sunday’s Mass to the seven school children killed in Kumba on October 24.
In a Mass celebrated by Chaplain, Rev. Leke Constant, he said CCC Mülheim provides spiritual support to all Cameroonian Christians residing in and around the city, adding that its doors will always be open to all of God’s creation.
“We pray that the almighty console and comfort their hearts with his peace and love, and that may the beautiful young lost souls repose in the bossom of the most high,” he said.
Today’s Mass was to honour the seven children massacred in Kumba, South West Region of the country, and their injured friends, families and loved ones, whose lives, CCC says, have been altered for good.
The CCC congregation in Mülheim said their mission is to celebrate the Eucharist, exemplify Christ’s love, peace and forgiveness to all humanity with whom they relate.
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