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ARCHBISHOP'S HOUSE > Religious in Bamenda

Order of Friars Minor, Capuchins: Along with those who are ordained priests, there are also some Capuchins in Bambui who are brothers.  The Friary in Bambui was officially opened on 31 January 1988.

Mill Hill Brothers:
Br Huub Welters is the lone Mill Hill Brother, working in Bishop's House in charge of technical sevices and projects.

The Marist Brothers of the Schools:
Have been working in the archdiocese of Bamenda since 1965, the year when they took over the running of Sacred Heart College, a Boys Secondary High School. Today the Marist brothers run their own school- St Albert's Catholic Comprehensive High School in Bafut; as well as the diocesan St Joseph's Catholic Comprehensive High School Mbengwi.

Brothers Hospitallers  of St John of God, Batibo:  Arrived in Batibo in August 1983 and run a Health Centre entrusted to them by the Archdiocese of Bamenda.

Cistercian Monks of Strict Observance: A good number of the monks in Mbengwi are not ordained priests and they do not intend to become priests.

Little Brothers of Jesus, Azire- have been in Bamenda since 1992.

BROTHERS OF ST MARTIN DE PORRES OF BUEA: Arrived in Bamenda in 2015 to run the Mission  Garage and the Bakery.

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