Visite ad Limina

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Ad Limina Vista of Uganda’s Bishops

On June 22nd, the Bishops of Uganda came to our Dicastery for their Ad Limina Visit to Rome. The theme at the center of the exchange between the African Bishops and the Superiors of the Dicastery were ...

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The Bishops of the Regional Episcopal Conference of China (Taiwan) came to our Dicastery on their Ad Limna visit on May 14th. The prelates said that today in Taiwan, a country of traditionally very ...

Ad Limina Visit

On two consecutive days, April 24th and 25th, our Dicastery received a large group of Bishops from Nigeria on their Ad Limina Apostolorum visit to Rome. With its nearly 200 million inhabitants, of ...

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The visit of the Bishops from the Antilles

On April 17th, our Dicastery received a large group of bishops from the Antilles on their Ad Limina Visit to Rome. The Bishops' Conference of the Antilles (AEC) unites Bishops from 24 territories that ...

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A Church called to account for her faith in a difficult context

The presence of the Catholic Church and of other Christians in Pakistan continues to be problematic. This was reported by the Bishops of Pakistan who came for their Ad Limina visit a few days ago. The ...

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The Latin Bishops of the Arabic Regions visit the Dicastery

A few days ago the Latin Bishops of the Arabic Regions (CELRA) visited the Dicastery as part of their Ad Limina visit. They came from Israel, Jordan, Palestine, from the countries of the Arabian ...

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Vietnam’s Bishops at the Dicastery

On a visit to the Dicastery a few days ago, the Bishops of Vietnam told of a small but lively Church, characterized by good religious practice and the dynamic activity of the lay faithful. Everywhere, ...

Activities of the Dicastery
The Ad Limina Visit of the Bishops from Slovenia

On 27 February, a delegation of the Slovenian Bishops came to our Dicastery during their Ad Limina Visit. The Bishops of this small Central European country told about the pernicious consequences of ...

Activities of the Dicastery
Ad Limina Visit of the Bielorusian Bishops

The Bishops of Belarus came to the Dicastery on their Ad Limina Visit and shared the testimony of a Church that is slowly rising up again after having been oppressed for 70 years by totalitarianism. ...

Local Churches
Malaysia Brunei and Singapore ad Limina visit

The ecclesial and social realities of Malaysia, Singapore, and Brunei, gathered in a single regional episcopal conference, greatly differ from one another even if they do not lack common points. ...

The Ad Limina Visit of the Russian Bishops to the Dicastery for the Laity, Family and Life

A vast territory with few priests, “new Christians” who need formation, and great commitment in defense of life. This is, in short, the situation of the Catholic Church in Russia told about by the ...

The Ad Limina Visit of the Hungarian Bishops to the Dicastery for the Laity, Family and Life

The challenges are those of all European countries, especially of those that, in recent decades, have come out from behind the iron curtain and are faced with the transition from communism to ...

The Ad Limina Visit of the Bishops of a Latin American country that is facing a serious process of accelerated secularization

The challenges that the Uruguayan Church is called to face are not so different from those of most Western countries, but their influence on the society and its culture is so strong that Uruguay has ...

Formation for the new generations and the family is at the center of the pastoral care in the churches of this Latin American country

Young people are the key to fighting the social woes that are humiliating Paraguay. The Bishops of the Latin American country who, counting on them, have launched a three-year course of formation, are ...

Ad Limina Visit of Ecuador’s Bishops

During the Ad Limina visit of Ecuador’s Bishops at the Dicastery for the Laity, Family and Life, one of the main topics discussed was the participation of lay people in parish life. Some of the ...