Langlois, Chibly
Order in College: Cardinal Priest
With Title: San Giacomo in Augusta
Native Country: Haiti
Appointed by: Pope Francis on 22 February 2014
Ecclesiastical Office:  Bishop of Les Cayes, Haiti 
Papal Elector: Eligible; Ineligible on 29 November 2038

Chibly Langlois was born in La Vallée, Haiti, on 29 November 1958. He earned a BA in theology in Port-au-Prince before his ordination as a priest on 22 September 1991. In 1994 he moved to Rome where he earned a lieence in pastoral theology. Two years later he returned to Haiti and began working in parish ministry, in the offices for cateehesis and the youth apostolate of the Diocese of Jacmel. He also taught theology in the Grand Séminaire Notre-Dame in Port-au-Prince. On 8 April 2004 he was appointed the second bishop of Fort-Liberté by John Paul II and received his episcopal ordination on 6 June. He has served as head of the Commission for Catechesis and member of the Commission for Missions within the national episcopal conference. When his homeland was struck by an earthquake in 2010, he became a leader in the rebuilding efforts and in providing spiritual support. On 15 August 2011 Benedict xvi appointed him Bishop of Les Cayes. That same year he was elected president of the Bishops' Conference of Haiti. He also serves as head of the Commission for the Pastoral Care of Children and the Administrative Council of the Université Notre-Dame d'Haïti. As head of the episcopal conference he helped to give a voice to the suffering and worked to promote dialogue between the President of the Republic and those who opposed him. Amid the serious political crisis, he launched an initiative entitled: "Together for the good of Haiti". The announcement that he was to be created cardinal came on the fourth anniversary of the earthquake in Haiti.