News and Events
Attached please find Archbishop Buti Tlhagale’s homily on Celebrating 200 Years: The Founding of the Catholic Church in Southern Africa, delivered on 21 April 2018 at the Shrine of the Mother of Mercy, Magaliesburg.
The closing Mass of the Bi-centennial celebrations will be streamed live from the Bellville Velodrome on Sunday the 24th June 2018 at 2pm. For those that have not managed to secure a ticket, here is the YouTube link so that you can watch it in the comfort of your own home: https://www.youtube.com/chann…/UC8HSXi_F3iQh-VOVTu3QFig/live Please share so […]
“We heard with great shock and sadness of the attack on the Imam Hussein Mosque in Verulam, Durban and the tragic killing of an imam and the injury of two other people. On behalf of the Catholic Church in Southern Africa, we offer our deepest condolences and sympathy to the family and friends of the […]
Attached is a statement by Archbishop Stephen Brislin, Archbishop of Cape Town, on the massacre in the Holy Land.
The Chrism Mass at Corpus Christi, Wynberg will be streamed live on the videographer Max Bosanquet’s YouTube channel on Thursday 29 March 2018. To watch the Mass live from your home, click HERE. The link will only appear once the Mass goes live at 10 a.m.
Dear People of God The Southern African Catholic Bishops’ Conference (SACBC) is much aware of the problem of Racism which is still affecting the unity of our country, even after 20 years of democracy. The Catholic Church is determined to stand up against the problem and totally uproot it. There is no way that the […]
STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS The Southern African Catholic Bishops Conference heartily welcomes the State of the Nation Address delivered by His Excellency the President Cyril Ramaphosa. We are particularly happy with the emphasis on Unity, Ethical Leadership, and the total equality of all citizens. The intention to reduce poverty and youth unemployment, improve education […]
Please see further statements/commentary by the Catholic Parliamentary Liaison Office and the Jesuit Institute on the Zuma Resignation.
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ARCHBISHOP OF CAPE TOWN