Conférence des évêques latins dans les régions arabes (CELRA)
Conference of Latin Bishops in Arab Regions
1962-11-07 Rome Italy
7 Nov 1962, Rome (Italy), during 2nd Vatican Council. Statutes adopted 31 Mar 1967. Previously also referred to as Conférence des évêques latins du Proche-Orient.
Coordinate activities of Latin Catholic dioceses in Near-Eastern Arab countries.
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Episcopal Permanent Council; Episcopal Commissions; Presidency; Headquarters located in Jerusalem (Israel).
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