English Speaking Countries of Africa

The International Organism at the Service of the Parish Cell System has entrusted to us the promotion of this method of evangelization in the English Speaking Countries of Africa
THE ENGLISH SPEAKING AFRICAN COUNTRIES
Botswana Liberia Sierra Leon
British Indian Ocean Territory Malawi South Africa
Gambia Mauritius Tanzania
Ghana Nambia Uganda
Kenya Nigeria Zambia
Lesotho St Helena Zimbabwe

BOTSWANA
Capital City: Gaborone
Population: 1,990,876
Christians: 68% (5% Catholics)
Indigenous religions: 23%
Christian growth: 3.12%
Catholic Church: 2 Diocese: Gaborone and Francistown
Bishops: Gaborone – Bishop Valentine Tsamma Seane
Francistown – Bishop Franklyn Nubuasah, S.V.D.

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BRITISH INDIAN OCEAN TERRITORY
Capital City: Diego Garcia
Population: 4,000
Christians: 48.5% (36% Catholics)
Hindus: 36%
Christian growth: 0.3%

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GAMBIA
Capital City: Banjul
Population: 983,000
Muslims: 95.4%
Christians: 3.7% (Catholics 2.3%)
Christian growth: 1.5%
Catholic Church: 1 Diocese: Banjul
Bishop: Mons. Robert Patrick Ellison, C.S.Sp

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GHANA
Capital City: Accra
Population: 23,837,000
Christians: 64% (Catholics 18.7%)
African Traditional Religions: 20%
Muslims: 16%
Christian growth: 5.9% (Catholics: 2.2%)
Catholic Church: 20 Dioceses
Archbishop of Accra: Archbishop Gabriel Charles Palmer-Buckle

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KENYA
Capital City: Nairobi
Population: 38,610,097
Christians: 82.1% (25.9% Catholics)
Other religions: Muslims 6%; Traditional 10%
Christian growth: 5.5%
Catholic Church: 26 Diocese
Cardinal: H.E. John Cardinal Njue, Archbishop of Nairobi
Maltese Bishop Mons. Paul Darmanin, O.F.M. Cap., Bishop of Garissa
Maltese Bishop Mons. Emmanuel Barbara, O.F.M. Cap., Bishop of Malindi

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LESOTHO
Capital City: Maseru
Population: 2,067,000
Christians: 93% (45% Catholics)
Other religions: African Traditional 6%; Baha’i 1%
Christian growth: 2.4%
Catholic Church: 4 Diocese
Bishops: Archbishop Gerard Tlali Lerotholi, O.M.I., Archbishop of Maseru
Bishop Augustinus Tumaole Bane, O.M.I., Bishop of Leribe
Bishop Sebastian Koto Khoarai, O.M.I., Bishop of Mohale’s Hoek
Bishop Vacant of Qacha’s Nek

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LIBERIA
Capital City: Monrovia
Population: 3,955,000
African Traditional Religions: 49.4%
Christians: 37% (Catholics 3%)
Muslims: 13.3%
Baha’i: 0.3%
Christian growth: 6.2% (Catholics: 10.8%)
Catholic Church: 3 Dioceses
Monrovia: Archbishop Michael Kpakala Francis
Cape Palmas: Vacant
Gbarnga: Vacant

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MALAWI
Capital City: Lilongwe
Population: 15,028,757
Christians: 81.1% (Catholics 26%)
Muslims: 14.5%
African Traditional Religions: 4.2%
Baha’i and Hindu: 0.2%
Christian growth: 7.1% (Catholics: 5.3%)
Catholic Church: 8 Dioceses
Blantyre (Archdiocese): Archbishop Tarcisius Gervazio Ziyaye
Other Diocese: Chikwawa; Dedza; Lilongwe; Mangochi; Mzuzu; Zomba

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MAURITIUS
Capital City: Port Louis
Population: 1,288,000
Hindu: 50.3%
Christians: 32.7% (Catholics 25.8%)
Muslims: 12.5%
Others: 6.5%
Christian growth: 1.8% (Catholics: 0.4%)
Catholic Church: 1 Dioceses and 1 Vicariate Apostolic
Port Louis: Bishop Maurice Piat, C.S.Sp
Rodrigues: Vicar Apostolic Mons. Alain Harel

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NAMBIA
Capital City: Windhoek
Population: 2,108,665
Christians: 91% (Catholics 16%)
African Traditional Religions: 5%
Others: 4%
Christian growth: 2.5% (Catholics: 6.1%)
Catholic Church: 2 Dioceses and 1 Vicariate Apostolic
Windhoek: Archbishop Liborius Ndumbukuti Nashenda, O.M.I.
Keetmanshoop: Bishop Philipp Pöllitzer, O.M.I.
Rundu: Vicar Apostolic Bishop Joseph Shipandeni Shikongo, O.M.I.

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NIGERIA
Capital City: Abuja
Population: 158,259,000
Christians: 50% (Catholics 13%)
Muslim: 40%
Traditional Religions: 10%
Christian growth: 5.5% (Catholics: 7.8%)
Catholic Church: 9 Archdioceses, 41 Dioceses and 2 Vicariate Apostolic
Lagos: Anthony Olubunmi Cardinal Okogie

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SAINT HELENA
Capital City: Jamestown
Population: 4,255
Christians: 96.7% (Catholics 1.43%)
Non-religious and Others: 3.3%
Christian growth: -0.6% (Catholics: 2.1%)
Catholic Church: 1 Diocese “Sui Iuris”
St Helena: Fr Michael Bernard McPartland, S.M.A., Superior

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SIERRA LEON
Capital City: Freetown
Population: 6,440,053
Traditional Religions 48%
Muslims 43.1%
Christians: 8.9% (Catholics 1.9%)
Christian growth: 2.9% (Catholics: 2.3%)
Catholic Church: 1 Archdiocese and 2 Dioceses
Freetown and Bo: Archbishop Edward Tamba Charles
Kenema: Bishop Patrick Daniel Koroma
Makeni: Bishop George Biguzzi, S.X.

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SOUTH AFRICA
Capital City: Cape Town
Population: 49,991,300
Christians: 72.6% (Catholics 7.8%)
African Traditional Religions: 17.7%
Non-religious and Others: 9.7%
Christian growth: -2.7% (Catholics: 1.1%)
Catholic Church: 5 Archdioceses, 21 Dioceses and 1 Vicariate Apostolic
Durban: Wilfrid Fox Cardinal Napier, O.F.M.

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TANZANIA
Capital City: Dodoma
Population: 43,739,000
Christians: 51% (Catholics 31.2%)
Muslims: 35%
Traditional Religions: 13.2%
Other Religions: 0.8%
Christian growth: 5% (Catholics: 4.9%)
Catholic Church: 5 Archdioceses and 32 Dioceses
Dar-es-Salam: Polycarp Cardinal Pengo

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UGANDA
Capital City: Kampala
Population: 32,369,558
Christians: 83.4% (Catholics 52%)
Muslims: 8%
Traditional Religions: 5.9%
Other Religions: 2.7%
Christian growth: 4.2% (Catholics: 3.7%)
Catholic Church: 4 Archdioceses and 16 Dioceses
Kampala: Emmanuel Cardinal Wamala

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ZAMBIA
Capital City: Lusaka
Population: 12,935,000
Christians: 75% (Catholics 32%)
Traditional Religions: 23%
Muslims and Others: 1%, 2%
Christian growth: 3.3% (Catholics: -4.4%)
Catholic Church: 2 Archdioceses and 8 Dioceses
Lusaka: Medardo Joseph Cardinal Mazombwe

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ZIMBABWE



Capital City: Harare
Population: 12,521,000
Christians: 61.7% (Catholics 12%)
Traditional Religions: 32.6%
Muslim, Other Religions and Non-Religious: 1.6%, 0.1% and 4%
Christian growth: 5.6% (Catholics: 0%)
Catholic Church: 2 Archdioceses and 6 Dioceses
Harare: Archbishop Robert Christopher Ndlovu

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