Episcopal Conference of the Pacific

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The Episcopal Conference of the Pacific (Latin: Conferentia Episcopalis Pacifici) (CEPAC) is the episcopal conference of the Catholic Church that includes the bishops of several islands in Oceania. The CEPAC is a member of the Federation of Catholic Bishops' Conferences of Oceania, FCBCO.

Member dioceses of CEPAC[edit]

See also: List of Roman Catholic dioceses in the Pacific Episcopal Conference

Ecclesiastical Province of Agaña[edit]

Ecclesiastical Province of Nouméa[edit]

Ecclesiastical Province of Papeete[edit]

Ecclesiastical Province of Samoa-Apia[edit]

Ecclesiastical Province of Suva[edit]

Immediately Subject to the Holy See[edit]

Presidents of CEPAC[edit]

  1. George Hamilton Pearce, Archbishop of Suva (1970-1971)
  2. Pierre-Paul-Émile Martin, Archbishop of Nouméa (1971-1978)
  3. Patelisio Punou-Ki-Hihifo Finau, Bishop of Tonga (1978-1982)
  4. Petero Mataca, Archbishop of Suva (1982-1987)
  5. Francis Roland-Lambert, Bishop of Port-Vila (1987-1991)
  6. Anthony Sablan Apuron, Archbishop of Agaña (1991-1996)
  7. Michel-Marie-Bernard Calvet, Archbishop of Nouméa (1996-2003)
  8. Anthony Sablan Apuron, Archbishop of Agaña (2003-2010)
  9. Soane Patita Paini Mafi, Cardinal Bishop of Tonga (2010-present)

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