Many people know early in life what they want to be. At the age of five, Jean-Thierry Ebogo from Cameroon was already sure that he wanted to be a priest. For him, being a priest was nothing less than “being Jesus.”
On Sundays, catechists often have to travel many hours on foot to reach villages where there is no priest to celebrate Holy Mass. That way they can at least pray with the local people and instruct them in the Catholic Faith.