Catholic Bishops' Conference of Pakistan
The Catholic Bishops' Conference of Pakistan (CBCP) is the episcopal conference of the Catholic bishops of Pakistan. Its objectives are to facilitate coordinated study and discussion of issues affecting the Church, and adoption of a common policy and effective action in all matters concerning the Church in Pakistan.
The Catholic Bishops Conference of Pakistan decided on 18 April 1990 to build this new seminary for philosophical studies in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Lahore. Prior to this the Christ the King Seminary in Karachi was the only major seminary in the country.
Archbishop Theotonius Amal Ganguly, C.S.C., 1971–1973
Archbishop Armando Trindade, 1994–2000
Archbishop Simeon Anthony Pereira, 2000–2002
Archbishop Joseph Coutts, 2011-present
Bishop Anthony Theodore Lobo, 1989–2010
Bishop Rufin Anthony, 2010-2015
National Catholic Education Commission, Pakistan
Muslim Christian Dialogue
Catechetics and Biblical Apostolate
Liaison with Charismatics
Ongoing Formation of Clergy
Revision of Urdu Catholic Bibles