LONDON — At a cool mid-50s temperature and with an occasional rain shower, it was no surprise Nigerian Bishop Oliver Doeme, 55, was wearing a heavy coat and woolly hat indoors when the Register recently went to interview him.
But there’s nothing cool about his ardor for promoting the Rosary as a spiritual weapon to assist his suffering flock as they struggle to cope with the terrorist threat of Boko Haram.
“Thank you so much for this opportunity,” he said. “It’s a chance for me to share the sufferings of my people with the world, to ask people to pray the Rosary for us.”
The bishop had just traveled from his Diocese of Maiduguri, in Borno State in northeast Nigeria, for a five-day tour...READ MORE