Roman Catholic Diocese of Kaga-Bandoro

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The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Kaga-Bandoro (Latin: Kagien(sis)-Bandoren(sis)) is a diocese in Kaga-Bandoro in the Ecclesiastical province of Bangui in the Central African Republic.


The diocese was established on June 28, 1997, from Metropolitan Archdiocese of Bangui. The territory of the diocese was 95,000 km2 in extent. In 2005 the area had a reported population of 230,420 people, of whom 50,347 (25%) were Catholics. The diocese was to comprise 8 parishes, with 17 priests, 14 Sisters, 7 major seminarians, 114 minor seminarians, and 400 catechists.[1]

Special churches[edit]

The cathedral is the Cathedral of St. Therese of the Child Jesus in Kaga-Bandoro.


See also[edit]

Roman Catholicism in the Central African Republic



Coordinates: 7°00′02″N 19°10′54″E / 7.00056°N 19.18167°E / 7.00056; 19.18167