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Inter-Regional Meeting of Bishops of Southern Africa   
IMBISA is a regional association of six episcopal conferences, representing the Catholic Church in nine countries. The principal languages are English and Portuguese. History, structure, newsletter.
Kenya Episcopal Conference   
Association of the Catholic bishops of Kenya. History of Catholicism in Kenya, e-mail directory, information on Catholic education, directories of dioceses and religious orders.
Tanzania Episcopal Conference   
The Tanzania Episcopal Conference is a web site of the Tanzania Catholic church run by Fr. Kilaini Method. It gives all relevant information of that church, history, dioceses, religious, addresses, et
Hungarian Catholic Bishops' Conference   
The Hungarian Catholic Bishops' Conference
Southern African Catholic Bishops' Conference   
Covers Botswana, the Republic of South Africa, and Swaziland. Press releases, information on the structure and activities of the SACBC.
Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB)   
Bungoma (Diocese); Eldoret (Diocese); Embu (Diocese); Garissa (Diocese); Homa Bay (Diocese); Isiolo (Vicariate Apostolic); Kakamega (Diocese); Kenya,
Federation of Asian Bishops' Conferences   
a voluntary association of episcopal conferences in Asia, established with the approval of the Holy See. Its purpose is to foster among its members solidarity and co-responsibility for the welfare of Church and society in Asia.
Ghana Catholic Bishops' Conference    
The Ghana Catholic Bishops' Conference, hereinafter referred to as the Bishops' Conference, is a religious organisation having its legal foundation
Georgia Catholic Conference    
The Georgia Catholic Conference witnesses to spiritual values in public affairs, and provides an agency for corporate Catholic service
Episcopal Conference of Malawi   
The Catholic missionaries first arrived in Malawi in 1889. These were the Missionaries of Africa (White Fathers) who arrived on shores of Lake Malawi in the territory of Chief Mponda in Mangochi District.

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