AFRICA/CAMEROON-Appointment of the Rector of the major philosophical Seminary "Paul VI" in the diocese of Bafoussam

Wednesday, 6 July 2011

Vatican City (Agenzia Fides) - On May 27, 2011 Archbishop Fernando Filoni, Prefect of the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples, appointed Rev. Dominique Ndeh, of the diocesan clergy in Bafoussam, Rector of the inter-diocesan Major philosophical Seminary "Paul VI" at the diocese of Bafoussam (Cameroon). The new Rector was born in 1960 in Bamougoum. After his primary studies, he continued his secondary studies at the minor Seminary Saint Laurent in Bafou (1973-1980). He then studied philosophy and theology at the major Seminary in Nkolbisson (1980-87). It was ordained a priest on July 11, 1987 for the Diocese of Bafoussam. He has held the following positions: Vicar of the Cathedral, Attorney treasurer, Pastor. In the years 1994-1997 he continued his studies at the Institut Catholique de Paris, graduating in philosophy, and then obtained a doctorate (2002). It was then a Parish priest in two different parishes and at the same time non-tenured Professor at the Kouékong philosophate(2001-2005), a tenured Professor at the Kouékong philosophate (2005-2011), Prefect of Studies and Vice Rector at the Kouékong philosophate(2007 - 2011). (S.L.) (Agenzia Fides 06/07/2011)