Roman Catholic Diocese of Diébougou
- October 18, 1968: Established as Diocese of Diébougou from the then-Diocese of Bobo-Dioulasso
- November 30, 2011: Territory is taken from the Diocese by Pope Benedict XVI to establish the newly erected Roman Catholic Diocese of Gaoua, which also becomes suffragan to the Archdiocese of Bobo-Dioulasso (the first Bishop-elect of the new Diocese is the Diocese of Diébougou's current Vicar General, Rev. Kambou Modeste)
The cathedral is the Cathédrale Saint-Pierre et Saint-Paul in Diébougou.
- Bishops of Diébougou (Roman rite)
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