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Attached please see the Regulations from the Archdiocese of Cape Town for Lent 2018, Holy Days of Obligation, Catechetical Instruction, On-going Formation and Marriage
Statement by Archbishop Stephen Brislin, President of the Southern African Catholic Bishops’ Conference, on the resignation of Jacob Zuma as the President of South Africa.
Please see below the 2018 Lenten Appeal newsletter produced by the Southern African Catholic Bishops’ Conference
Do you want to Fast this Lent? In the words of Pope Francis. Download PDF.
HOT OFF THE PRESS: Giving Witness to 200 years of Catholic Faith; Mini World Youth Day 2017; Christian Brothers’ Centre; Sixty Years a Priest; Be a Current of Grace; Vocations Crisis; Focus: St Joseph’s Home; Prayer for Rain; Honouring our Widows; Buckets of Love exceed expectations.
New and dangerous tensions are arising as the ruling party storms through a period of transition. The Southern African Catholic Bishops’ Conference calls on all engaged in political decisions regarding in particular the future role of President Zuma to exercise calm and patience. Already opposing groups are gathering on the streets, whole provinces are becoming […]
At 14.00 on Sunday 4th February 2018 – on the Archdiocese of Cape Town’s patronal feast of Our Lady of the Flight into Egypt – over 4000 Catholics from parishes across the Archdiocese of Cape Town gathered at Holy Cross Church, District Six fo r a Eucharistic Procession to St Mary’s Cathedral. The purpose of […]
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 […]
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ARCHBISHOP OF CAPE TOWN