|Former Benghazi Catholic Cathedral, Libya|
|Benghazi Catholic Cathedral, used as conference hall|
Christianity hardly exists in modern Libya today, apart from a small minority of foreign communities, mostly from Egypt, Europe and some African countries. The largest group of Christians is the Coptic Orthodox, said to number around 60,000 Christians. The second largest Christian group in Libya is the Roman Catholics - around 40,000 Christians; followed by a small Anglican congregation in Tripoli, mostly of African immigrants.
- Cathedrals are finding spirit of the age (thetimes.co.uk)