The diocesan Curia is led by the Bishop assisted by the Vicar General, Deans, head of Departments and Commissions as shown below:.
- Diocesan Officials
These are The Vicar General, The Administrator, The Secretary of the Bishop, The Pastoral Coordinator, The Education Secretary, The Vocation Director, The Catechetical Director, The Director of Caritas, The Health Secretary, The Director of AIDS Program, The Director of Lay Apostolate, The Director of Justice and Peace, The Director of Social Communication, The Director of Liturgy, The Director of Youth, The Director of Pontifical Mission Societies and The Director of Apostolate of Prayer. These are heads of respectful Department.
- Consultative Bodies
The Bishop’s Council, The Senate of Priests, The Pastoral Council, The Meeting of Deans, The Finance and Planning Council, The Education Board and The Medical Board.
- Diocesan Personnel
The diocese is served by both diocesan and Missionaries priests:-
The number of diocesan priests is 108. There are two Fidei priests and 15 missionary priests.
A number of diocesan priests are serving in the national Church Institutions, other diocese and some are pursuing their further studies in and outside the Country.
There are various Religious Congregations serving the diocese. Women Congregations are:-
a.) Diocesan Religious Congregation (Our Lady Queen of Apostles of Mbeya) in total number of 229
b.) Sisters of St. Charles Baromeo
c.) Our Lady Queen of Africa (Diocesan Congregation from Sumbawanga)
d.) Carmelites Sisters of St. Theresa of the Child Jesus
e.) Sisters of St. Vincent de Paul
f.) Theresa Sisters of Iringa
g.) Benedictine Sisters of Chipole (Songea)
h.) Mgolole Sisters from Morogoro
i.) Passionist Sisters
j.) Sisters of St. Anne of Bangalore
This all make a total of 299 Sisters working in the diocese of Mbeya
Male Religious Congregations:-
a.) Benedictine Monks of Hanga Monastery
b.) Brothers of Christian Instructions
c.) Serve Cordis Immaculate Mariae (SCIM)