News and Events
A new documentary short film produced by the Jesuit Institute South Africa provides an 8-minute snapshot into another side of life in Cape Town — other than the tourist beaches and the opulent hotels. The township of Nyanga is notorious for being the area with the highest number of reported murders in the country. Katleho Khang […]
The Jesuit Institute in collaboration with the SACBC Bishops’ Lenten Appeal and Fordham University invite you to join them in this year’s Winter Living Theology. The lecture series will be presented by Father David Marcotte SJ, professor of psychology and associate director of clinical training at Fordham University in New York. He will look at […]
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Our Bishops send condolences.
Attached below is a letter from the bishops of the SACBC in English, Afrikaans and Xhosa regarding the forthcoming general elections. English Afrikaans Xhosa
The shattering collapse and closure of Catholic Welfare and Development (CWD) late last year may have came as a shock to some, but it wasn’t much of a surprise to those of us more familiar with CWD’s recent history, writes Graham Wilson, Financial Administrator of the Archdiocese of Cape Town.
Public statements on the closure of CWD have at various times been published in the News section of our website. For convenience these have now been collated historically on this page. 11 April 2019 7 March 2019 7 March 2019 7 March 2019 Cape Talk Radio interview with Archbishop Stephen Brislin 5 December 2018 31 […]
A letter from Archbishop Brislin.
Welcome to the Archdiocese of Cape Town.
As the Archbishop of the Mother City of South Africa, of the first ecclesiastical territory to be established in Southern Africa (1818), I welcome you to this website.
It is my hope that it will inform you and provide you with any information you may require regarding this segment of the Catholic Church.
We also provide links with other websites which might interest you. If you require any information not included here, email us and we will do what we can to help.
If you have discovered this page by accident, you are especially welcome and I hope you will find it of some value and maybe help you to understand how the Catholic Church in Cape Town is trying to serve the community and so bring it closer to the Lord.
With my very sincere and best wishes
ARCHBISHOP OF CAPE TOWN