Antoine de Padoue Nsingijimana

Coordinateur de la Pastorale dans le Diosese de Nyundo


Tel: +25078825860/ +250782188862

The picture of some our team members


The diocesan service of pastoral coordination is an organ used by the diocesan bishop to coordinate the pastoral activities of the diocese. At its head is a pastoral coordinator priest whose main responsibilities are as follows:

1. Coordinate pastoral planning and monitor the progress of the Diocese’s action plans;
2. Oversee the timely availability of periodic and annual reports and summarize and analyze them on behalf of the Bishop;
3. Coordinate the implementation of the Pastoral Strategic Plan of the Diocese;
4. Oversee the implementation of the five-year plan of the Diocese;
5. Ensure the monitoring and evaluation of pastoral activities at the level of the Diocese;
6. To animate the decentralized structures of the Diocese (Parishes, Centers and CEB) which are instruments of local pastoral care;
7. Coordinate the pastoral care of the diocesan Commissions and Chaplaincies;
8. Coordinate the development of pastoral and social projects;
9. Harmonize the composition and functioning of parish pastoral councils;
10. Coordinate the development of planning, monitoring and evaluation tools for pastoral activities at the diocesan and parish level;
11. To promote unity and pastoral assistance among fellow priests.
12. Coordinate and follow up on the implementation of the proposals of the Synod, of the advisory councils of a pastoral character and of the diocesan entities which have received the approval of the Bishop;
13. Oversee the preparation as well as the restitution of periodic and annual narrative reports by parishes, services, commissions and diocesan entities for the Bishop;

14. Ensure the application of pastoral procedures put in place by the Diocese;
15. Ensure the implementation of the decisions of the Diocesan Pastoral Council;
16. Prepare and submit to the diocesan pastoral council the long, medium and short term pastoral strategic plans;
17. Coordinate mid-term and final evaluations of the five-year and strategic plans of the Diocese;

The orientations or directives of the pastoral activities of the Diocese are given by the Bishop through the Diocesan Pastoral Council and other authorized bodies.