Conference of Catholic Bishops of Belarus

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Conference of Catholic Bishops of Belarus is the collective body of the national church and the administration of the Catholic Church in Belarus. Established and approved on February 11, 1999. The first chairman was Cardinal Kazimierz Swiatek.

Chairmen of the Conference[edit]

Cardinal Kazimierz Swiatek (1999 to 2006)

Bishop Aleksander Kaszkiewicz from 2006 to present.

Composition[edit]

At present, the Conference shall consist of:

The Bishop of Grodno Aleksander Kaszkiewicz, Chairman

Bishop of Vitebsk Wladyslaw Blin, deputy chairman

The Archbishop of Minsk-Mohilev, Tadeusz Kondrusiewicz

Assistant Bishop of Pinsk, Kazimierz Wielikosielec

Bishop of Pinsk Anthony Demyanko, Secretary-General.

Structure[edit]

Pastoral center

Ecclesiastical court

Construction Bureau

Commission for the Family

Catechetical section

The section on translation of liturgical texts and official documents of the Commission of the Catholic Church of God Worship and Discipline of the Sacraments

Section of church music and worship God the Commission Discipline of the Sacraments

Responsible for the media

Catholic Association for Communication SIGNIS-BELARUS.

See also[edit]

Episcopal Conference

Roman Catholicism in Belarus

Notes[edit]

http://catholic.by/2/ru/conference/bishops.html

External links[edit]