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Societies in the Church


This page contains the list of all various societies available in St. Joseph's Catholic Church, K/Vom and their roles in the development of the church.

 
St. Vincent de Paul    

The story of the Catholic Church at K/Vom stretches back to 1933, more than 77 years ago. In that year a group of Camerounians Catholics who had come for employment decided that they would build a church for prayer and worship. Thus the small seed was sown like the mustard seed, which grew and developed into the biggest shrub…so the birds of the air could shelter in it’s shade’ (Mark 4: 31 - 32).

However, many obstacles had to be overcome before the seed could take root. Since the land at Vom was especially designated as an area reserved for the expansion of the National Veterinary Institute, the authorities of the Institute were not favourable to the request of those early Camerounians for land for their Church and particularly for a father’s Rest House.

 
St. Vincent de Paul    

The story of the Catholic Church at K/Vom stretches back to 1933, more than 77 years ago. In that year a group of Camerounians Catholics who had come for employment decided that they would build a church for prayer and worship. Thus the small seed was sown like the mustard seed, which grew and developed into the biggest shrub…so the birds of the air could shelter in it’s shade’ (Mark 4: 31 - 32).

However, many obstacles had to be overcome before the seed could take root. Since the land at Vom was especially designated as an area reserved for the expansion of the National Veterinary Institute, the authorities of the Institute were not favourable to the request of those early Camerounians for land for their Church and particularly for a father’s Rest House.

 
St. Vincent de Paul    

The story of the Catholic Church at K/Vom stretches back to 1933, more than 77 years ago. In that year a group of Camerounians Catholics who had come for employment decided that they would build a church for prayer and worship. Thus the small seed was sown like the mustard seed, which grew and developed into the biggest shrub…so the birds of the air could shelter in it’s shade’ (Mark 4: 31 - 32).

However, many obstacles had to be overcome before the seed could take root. Since the land at Vom was especially designated as an area reserved for the expansion of the National Veterinary Institute, the authorities of the Institute were not favourable to the request of those early Camerounians for land for their Church and particularly for a father’s Rest House.

 
St. Vincent de Paul    

The story of the Catholic Church at K/Vom stretches back to 1933, more than 77 years ago. In that year a group of Camerounians Catholics who had come for employment decided that they would build a church for prayer and worship. Thus the small seed was sown like the mustard seed, which grew and developed into the biggest shrub…so the birds of the air could shelter in it’s shade’ (Mark 4: 31 - 32).

However, many obstacles had to be overcome before the seed could take root. Since the land at Vom was especially designated as an area reserved for the expansion of the National Veterinary Institute, the authorities of the Institute were not favourable to the request of those early Camerounians for land for their Church and particularly for a father’s Rest House.

 
St. Vincent de Paul    

The story of the Catholic Church at K/Vom stretches back to 1933, more than 77 years ago. In that year a group of Camerounians Catholics who had come for employment decided that they would build a church for prayer and worship. Thus the small seed was sown like the mustard seed, which grew and developed into the biggest shrub…so the birds of the air could shelter in it’s shade’ (Mark 4: 31 - 32).

However, many obstacles had to be overcome before the seed could take root. Since the land at Vom was especially designated as an area reserved for the expansion of the National Veterinary Institute, the authorities of the Institute were not favourable to the request of those early Camerounians for land for their Church and particularly for a father’s Rest House.