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Archbishop Stephen Brislin poses for a photograph with Italian Consular Agent Mr Antonio Rapisardis (left) and the Italian Consul Mr Emanuele Pollio (right) in his office at the Chancery.
Archbishop Stephen Brislin responds to recent media reports about CWD in the following Statement; a Letter to the Parishes; and an interview on Cape Talk, yesterday 6th March, with John Maytham. Cape Talk interview with Archbishop Stephen Brislin
You are cordially invited to celebrate the Book Launch of LIGHT THROUGH THE BARS by Fr Babychan Arackathara MSFS Date: Wednesday, 20 March 2019 at 18.00 Venue: Archdiocesan Chancery, 12 Bouquet Street, Cape Town Kindly RSVP via Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; or Mobile/Whatsapp: +2781 271 2451 on or before 6 March 2019. The book will be sold during the launch […]
Please find below the Lenten Regulations from the Archdiocese of Cape Town for Lent 2019
HOT OFF THE PRESS: Rescued by God from the furnace of fire; Seeing the Sacred in the Scorched; Fire ravages Holy Cross Primary in District Six; NET Ministries; Celebrating our new deacons; Interested in forming a Co-operative Bank/Credit Union?; Celebrating World AIDS Day; Filipino Community recognised in Kalk Bay; Blessing and welcoming of newly initiated; […]
A Pastoral Letter of the Catholic Bishops of Southern Africa to the Catholic Community and all People of Goodwill. Dear Brothers and Sisters, “…Remembering the mercies of God … let the renewing of your minds transform you, so that you may discern for yourselves what is the will of God – what is good and acceptable […]
Attached please see a statement by Archbishop Stephen Brislin on the status of CWD
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ARCHBISHOP OF CAPE TOWN