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THE STATEMENT OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH ON THE RECENT VIOLENT ATTACKS ON FOREIGN NATIONALS. The Southern African Catholic Bishops’ Conference has observed with sadness the outburst of xenophobic violence in Durban which the Catholic Archbishop, Cardinal Wilfrid Napier has already condemned. Our charter, the bible, is very clear “When a foreigner lives with you in […]
On Holy Thursday, Archbishop Stephen Brislin celebrated the Chrism Mass, or Mass of the Holy Oils with the priests, deacons, religious and faithful at Our Lady Help of Christians Church, Lansdowne. Here are some photos of the event.
“The Vocation and Mission of the Family in the Church and Contemporary World.” Greetings Towards the end of 2013, the Holy See distributed throughout the world, a set of questions that formed the basis for discussions at the recent III Extraordinary Synod of Bishops held in November 2014. A number of concerns were highlighted, these included: […]
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This past weekend saw the first roll-out of the new Catechetics policy for Kuil’s River and Kleinvlei parishes in 2015. There will five such workshops around the Archdiocese throughout the year. Attached is a picture of the group. On 31 January there was a meeting of Catechetical Co-ordinators at Immaculate Conception, Parow. Attached are two […]
The 2015 edition of our Archdiocesan Directory – a mine of information on all thing Catholic in Cape Town – is now on sale at the Catholic Bookshop for R95 a copy. Tel: 021 465 5904.
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ARCHBISHOP OF CAPE TOWN