Fr. Gilbert is the first African confrere to lead the International College of Rome community.
As of Sept. 1, the International College of Rome (Rome II) community will have a new local superior. To lead the religious community for the next three years will be Fr. Gilbert Kamta Tatsi.
Fr. Gilbert is originally from Cameroon and has been working in the province of South Africa in Formations for several years. Fr. Gilbert is the first African confrere to lead the International College community.
He will succeed Fr. Bruno Pilati, of the Northern Italian Province, who led the community for six years “with dedication and zeal.”