The Roman Catholic Diocese of Cubao (Latin: Dioecesis Cubaoensis) is Roman Rite diocese of the Latin Church of the Catholic Church in the Philippines. The diocese was created by St. Pope John Paul II on June 28, 2003, by virtue of the papal bull Quo Satius Provideretur, and was canonically erected on August 28, 2003, the feast day of Saint Augustine. The diocese previously existed as the Ecclesiastical District of Quezon City South (renamed the District of Cubao in 2002).

The Diocese of Cubao is a suffragan diocese of the Archdiocese of Manila.



A community of Christ-like disciples empowered and sent through effective servant leadership moving towards becoming Church of the Poor

Land Area: 76.14 sq. kms.
Total Population: 1,399,559 (as of 2009)
Catholic Population: 1,194,567
Bishop: 1
Diocesan Priests: 45
Religious Priests (with Assignments): 8
Guest Priests: 39 (as of April 15, 2010)
Seminarians: 21
Vicariates: 6
Parishes: 47
Quasi Parishes: 2
Under Diocesan: 38
Under Religious: 9
Number of Religious Congregations
   MEN: 33
   WOMEN: 85
Catholic Educational Institutions
   DOCES: 7
   NON-MAPSA: 25
Charitable & Social Institutions: 20
Retreat Houses: 11
Full-Time Catechists: 60
Volunteer Catechists: 140
National Shrines: 3
Diocesan Shrines: 3