Association of Member Episcopal Conferences in Eastern Africa

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The Association of Member Episcopal Conferences in Eastern Africa (AMECEA), the Association of Episcopal Conferences of Eastern Africa and the coordinating body of the Catholic dioceses. The AMECEA was established in 1961. Was the founding president of the Cardinal Archbishop of Lusaka Adam Kozlowiecki, SJ. It is one of ten members of the Symposium of Episcopal Conferences of Africa and Madagascar(SECAM).

Members of the AMECEA episcopal conferences of countries of Ethiopia (1979), Eritrea (1993), Kenya (1961), Malawi (1961), Tanzania (1961), Zambia (1961), Sudan (1979), Uganda (1961). Somalia (1995) and Djibouti (2002) have observer status.

The current chairman is Most Rev Berhaneyesus Demerew SOURAPHIEL, C.M. Archbishop of Addis Ababa (Ethiopia),.His deputy Cardinal John Njue, Archbishop of Nairobi and Chairman of the Kenya Episcopal Conference.

Members of the Episcopal Conference[edit]

Honorary members[edit]

Cardinal Polycarp Pengo, Tanzania

Cardinal Emmanuel Wamala, Uganda

Cardinal Gabriel Zubeir Wako, Sudan

Cardinal John Njue, Kenya

Members[edit]

Archbishop Tarcisius Gervazio Ziyaye, Malawi

Bishop Rev. Kidane Yebio, Eritrea

Bishop Tesfaselassie Medhin, Ethiopia

Bishop Philip Sulumeti, Kenya

Bishop Isaac Amani, Tanzania

Bishop Daniel Adwok, Sudan

Bishop Joseph M. Zuza, Malawi

Bishop Emmanuel Obbo, Uganda

Priest Pio Rutechura, Secretary General

Chairman[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "AMECEA Chairman". Amecea.org. Retrieved 2012-08-08. 

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