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Catholic Church in Botswana

Bishop Anthony Pascal Rebello of Botswana’s Francistown Diocese. Credit: Francistown Diocese /Facebook

Catholic Bishop in Botswana Highlights Ministry Toward Migrants, Refugees in His Diocese

Jun 29, 2022

The Catholic Bishop of Francistown Diocese in Botswana has highlighted the ministry toward migrants and refugees in his Episcopal See where members of the Clergy and women Religious offer “spiritual, emotional and physical needs”.

Sr. Cynthia Nwadike. Credit: ACI Africa

Synodal Process in Formation “will boost vocations to Religious Life”: Nun in Botswana

May 24, 2022

An application of the “synodal process” in formation of candidates to Religious Life can go a long way in fostering vocations to Consecrated Life, a missionary Nun in Botswana has said.

Bishop Anthony Pascal Rebello of Botswana’s Francistown Diocese who was  “badly injured” following an attacked by robbers on the night of Friday, April 29. Credit: Francistown Diocese /Facebook

Catholic Bishop in Botswana “badly injured, still weak” after Attack by Robbers

May 1, 2022

The Catholic Bishop of Botswana’s Francistown Diocese is reported to have been “badly injured” following an attacked by robbers the night of Friday, April 29.

Members of the IMBISA Standing Committee. Credit: IMBISA

How Botswana’s Language Culture is Enabling Vibrant Participation in Synodal Process

Mar 25, 2022

The people of God in a Catholic Diocese in Botswana are finding it easy to fully participate in the ongoing Synod on Synodality conversations using the language they are most familiar with, the Local Ordinary of the Diocese has said.