The Conference of Catholic Bishops of India (CCBI) is a National Episcopal Body that enables the Latin Catholic Bishops of the country to exchange ideas and information, deliberate on the Church’s broad concerns and take care of the pastoral needs of the faithful. It is one of the four biggest Bishops’ Conferences of the world. It has 129 dioceses and 165 active and retired bishop members. The Conference is to assist the bishops both for pastoral care and for evangelization: the twin duties of a bishop. One of the main purposes of CCBI according to its statutes is “to promote that greater good which the Church offers humankind especially through fora and programmes of the apostolate which are adequately adapted to the circumstances of time and space” (Statutes, art. 3:1).
Archbishop of Goa and Daman
Archbishop’s House, Altinho
Panaji – 403 001. GOA.
+91-832-2433600, 2433610, 2225235, 2224789
Archbishop of Madras-Mylapore
Archbishop’s House 41, Santhome High Road Chennai – 600 004, Tamilnadu, India.
Archbishop of Delhi
Archbishop’s House, 1, Ashok Place New Delhi – 110 001, India.
CCBI Centre, P.B. No. 8490
Hutchins Road 2 Cross, Bangalore- 560084, Karnataka, India.