Catholic Men’s Association
Mr. Absalom Ditshoke,Address: 4367 Zone 4, Ga-Rankuwa,
Catholic Music Association
Catholic Womens' Association
Mrs. Elizabeth Nkanyane, CEL: 083 675 6530; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Catholic Womens' League
Tel: 012 543 2771.
Mrs. Augusta G. Matime,
Address: PO Box 43075, Theresapark 0155.
Tel.: 012-542 1913;
Cell: 083 290 2665;
Cell: 083 721 3783
Daughters of St Anne
Mrs. F. Maubane
Cell: 076 185 4588,
Ms. N. Masango,
Address: PO Box 13193, Tramshed 0126
Franciscan Peace Centre (Damietta Initiative)
PO Box 11939, Erasmuskloof 0048.
Tel & Fax: 012 345 5111.
Jesuit Refugee Centre
Koinonia John the Baptist
Tel: 012 326 3027.
Fr. Victor Phalana
Knights of da Gama
Mr. Aldo Lorio,
Address: PO Box 142, Garsfontein 0042.
Cell: 082 558 1781
Legion of Mary
PO Box 8778, Pretoria 0001.
Tel: 012 326 3027.
Curia President of Queen Assumed into Heaven.
Bronkhorstspruit and surrounding areas:
Sr. Reinhilde Rieder,
Tel: 013 932 1688.
PO. Box 8140, Pretoria 0001,
Mr. Dino Furgione,
Cell: 074 330 4467.
Fr. Lorenzo Ricci,
Cell: 074 330 3612,
PO Box 35251, Menlo Park 0102.
Cell: 072 256 6824.
Prelature of the Holy Cross and Opus Dei
PO Box 72642, Parkview 2122;
Vicar for South Africa:
Msgr. Anton Borras,
Tel: 011 486 2678;
Fax: 011 646 0628,
Cell: 072 8743 553.
Fr. Manuel Graca,
Address: Postnet Suite 101, Private Bag X19, Menlopark. 0102.
Tel: 012 362 9787,
Cell: 073 254 4185.
Secular Franciscan Order
Mrs. S. Landsberg,
Address: PO Box 539, Wierda Park 0149.
St Paul’s Evangelisation Ministry
Fr. Victor Phalana,
Address: PO Box 8778, Pretoria 0001.
Cell: 082 470 7151
Address: PO Box 23, Ga Rankuwa 0208.
Tel: 012 703 3190.
St Vincent de Paul
President Northern Gauteng:
Mr. Wilson Letsoalo,
Address: 7 Zodane, Saulsville 0125,
Cell: 071 883 3771.
Sodality of the Immaculate Conception of Mary
Mrs. O. C. Masemola,
Address: PO Box 267, Hammanskraal 0400;
Cell: 082 467 5484
Sodality of the Sacred Heart:
President: Mrs. Selena Mohala.
Sodality of St Anne
Mrs. Annah Mazibuko,
Address: PO Box 2012, Edenvale 1610.
Tel: 011 924 1856.
Cell: 078 641 4175.
Mrs. Mary Mokoma,
Cell: 076 894 6302
PO Box 2372, Cape Town 8000.
Tel: 021 465 5007,
Fax: 021 465 3850.
Worldwide Media Centre (WMC)
PO Box 912266, Silverton 0127.
Tel: 012 804 6193.
Fax: 012 804 6654.
Young Adult Catholic Organisation
Mr. David Mabetha,
Address: 6 Ernest Bouresse Street, Philipnel Park, Pretoria West 0183,
Tel: 012 386 6900;
Cell: 082 788 9389
Xaveri Movement South Africa is a member of Xaveri International, which is registered with the PONTIFICAL COUNCIL FOR THE LAITY (Holy See) as an International Catholic Youth Movement of Action in Parochial. Xaveri is a pro-active Catholic Youth Movement for sustainable development, initiated by missionaries of Africa in central Africa in 1952. The name: XAVERI comes from the original title of Saint FRANCIS XAVIER, the patron saint of missions.
Xaveri brings together young people in a congenial and happy atmosphere inspired by the spirit of healthy African traditions. It aims to inspire a sense of active African youth, solidarity and tolerance among the young people of Africa and to involve them in shaping the future of Africa. It promotes mobility within and beyond the Africa borders, non-formal learning and intercultural dialogue, and encourages the inclusion of all young people, regardless of their educational, social and cultural background.
Xaveri Movement is a youth-led movement and non-formal education programme targeting young people aged between 12 and 35 years. Its general objectives are the following:
• Pursuit of peace and promoting active youth participation and development
• Develop solidarity and promote tolerance among young people in order to foster
social cohesion ;
• Educating young people to foster mutual understanding between different
• Contribute to development of quality support systems for youth activities ;
• Promote cooperation in the youth field ;
• Protection of environment.
In order to achieve its objectives, Xaveri foresees six operational Actions.
• Youth in Local Dialogue: Bringing together youth to explore new forms of participation, intercultural dialogue in the urban spaces, and civic awareness.
• Education for Intercultural Citizenship: Organising debates between youth from different tribes and countries to test appropriate techniques for introducing Citizenship Learning at communities.
• Media and Arts for Social Change: Encouraging creativity and exchanges among youth and cultural practitioners, on the role of arts for providing access to culture and for fostering a culture of dialogue and change.
• Refugee and Migrants project: The main thrust of the project is to promote integration between the general South African public and the migrant communities, overcome prejudices and misconceptions so as to foster a spirit of tolerance, understanding and ultimately acceptance.
• Youth Voluntary Service: The aim of the project is to promote and up-scaling Youth Volunteering with aim to raise the profile of volunteer action as a tool for promoting people’s participation in community.
• Networking, exchanges and civic engagement: This field aims at encouraging exchange and at building joint partnerships beyond borders, with a regional perspective. It includes specific activities (such as: cultural exchange, inter-faith dialogue, youth exchange, south-south cooperation and north-south cooperation)