Conferentia Episcopalis Pacifici (CEPAC)
Conférence des évêques du Pacifique
Episcopal Conference of the Pacific
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1968-03 Suva Fiji
Mar 1968, Suva (Fiji), when the status of Mission territories was changed to Dioceses and Archdioceses from former status of Vicariate Apostolic. A grouping of Roman Catholic bishops of the South Pacific area.
Provide a forum in which bishops of certain Pacific Island dioceses and ordinaries of other Ecclesiastical jurisdictions exercise their pastoral office through forms and programmes of the apostolate which are adapted to the present circumstances and needs of the Pacific Islands.
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Plenary Assembly (in principle annually). The Conference functions under the directive of President, in his absence of Vice-President, assisted by permanent Secretary. Standing Committee of Bishops forms Seminary Senate (meeting twice a year), to handle matters concerning Pacific Regional Seminary of St Peter Chanel in Suva (Fiji).
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