Regina Mundi Cathedral, Bujumbura

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Queen of the World Cathedral
Cathédrale Regina Mundi de Bujumbura
Bujumbura Cathedral.JPG
LocationBujumbura
Country Burundi
DenominationRoman Catholic Church
Specifications
Capacity2,100

The Regina Mundi Cathedral (French: Cathédrale Regina Mundi de Bujumbura, literally the "Cathedral of the Queen of the World in Bujumbura")[1][2] is Catholic church in the city of Bujumbura,[3] the former capital of the African country of Burundi.[4]

It functions as the headquarters of the Metropolitan Archdiocese of Bujumbura (Latin: Archidioecesis Buiumburaensis) that was created on November 25, 2006 by Pope Benedict XVI through the bull Cum ad aptius.

Follow the Roman or Latin rite and is included in the ecclesiastical province of Bujumbura. It is under the pastoral responsibility of Archbishop Evariste Ngoyagoye.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Queen of the World Cathedral in Bujumbura
  2. ^ Burundi 1972. Au bord des génocides (in French). KARTHALA Editions. 2007-04-01. ISBN 9782811141714.
  3. ^ Tennant, Paula; M, Gustavo A. Fermin (2015-12-17). Virus Diseases of Tropical and Subtropical Crops. CABI. ISBN 9781780644264.
  4. ^ Collectif; Auzias, Dominique; Labourdette, Jean-Paul (2012-11-15). Burundi (avec cartes, photos + avis des lecteurs) (in French). Petit Futé. ISBN 2746965380.

Coordinates: 3°23′31″S 29°21′49″E / 3.3919°S 29.3637°E / -3.3919; 29.3637