Saturday, June 22, 2024
spot_img

Southern Africa: Pope Francis Names 3 New African Cardinals

Cape Town — Three new cardinals from the continent have been named by Pope Francis –  Archbishop  Stephen Ameyu Martin  of Juba in South Sudan, and Archbishop  Protase Rugambwa , the former Secretary of the  Dicastery for Evangelization , who was  appointed  the Coadjutor Archbishop for Tanzania’s  Tabora Archdiocese  on April 13, and South Africa’s  Archbishop Stephen Brislin.

Metropolitan Archbishop of Juba, Stephen Ameyu Martin Mulla, expressed his gratitude when hearing of his appointment, reports Radio Tamazuj. ” The happiness of the church is my happiness, and as its representative in various ways, I am an integral part of it,” Mulla said.

Brislin shared a  message : ” I have been taken by surprise and to be honest I feel quite confused and bewildered at the moment.” And  Rugambwa

Anglican Archbishop Thabo Makgoba  congratulated newly named South African Cardinal-elect of the Catholic Church Archbishop Stephen Brislin.

“I  have been privileged to work with Cardinal-elect Breslin, who is my counterpart in Cape Town, and am thrilled at this well-deserved appointment,” Makgoba said.

Pope Francis announced that he will hold a Consistory – the ceremony to install the new cardinals – at the Vatican on September 30, where 21 new cardinals will be created.

source

Related Articles

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

[td_block_social_counter facebook="tagdiv" twitter="tagdivofficial" youtube="tagdiv" style="style8 td-social-boxed td-social-font-icons" tdc_css="eyJhbGwiOnsibWFyZ2luLWJvdHRvbSI6IjM4IiwiZGlzcGxheSI6IiJ9LCJwb3J0cmFpdCI6eyJtYXJnaW4tYm90dG9tIjoiMzAiLCJkaXNwbGF5IjoiIn0sInBvcnRyYWl0X21heF93aWR0aCI6MTAxOCwicG9ydHJhaXRfbWluX3dpZHRoIjo3Njh9" custom_title="Stay Connected" block_template_id="td_block_template_8" f_header_font_family="712" f_header_font_transform="uppercase" f_header_font_weight="500" f_header_font_size="17" border_color="#dd3333"]
- Advertisement -spot_img

Latest Articles