News and Events
A BICENTENNIAL EUCHARISTIC PROCESSION will take place from Holy Cross, District Six to St Mary’s Cathedral on Sunday 4 February 2018 at 14.00 for 14.30. Starting at Holy Cross, Nile Street, District Six, the procession will move through the streets of Cape Town, following the Blessed Sacrament, and ending at St Mary’s Cathedral. A blessing will be given by Archbishop Brislin from the […]
Responding to the North Gauteng High Court Ruling against President Jacob Zuma In 2015 the Dominicans in South Africa (an order of priests and brothers in the Catholic Church founded by St. Dominic in 1216) were the first complainants to approach the former Public Protector, Advocate Thuli Madonsela, requesting that she investigate State Capture. The […]
On Saturday, 9 December, Justice and Peace will host an Anti-domestic Violence workshop for anyone who is interested in knowing more about what it is, where and how to seek help, what to do when someone needs help and more information about the Child Protection Policy. Invitation with all the details attached.
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Please see the attached letter from Archbishop Brislin, which includes the most recent clergy changes in the Archdiocese of Cape Town.
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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.
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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