Historic gathering of the Portuguese speaking dioceses of Africa

By Rachel Mash
Posted Dec 5, 2016

[Anglican Communion News Service] Young people from three Portuguese speaking dioceses in Mozambique and Angola have this week taken part in a historic first joint meeting. The two countries are both Portuguese-speaking, but as they are separated by more than 1,200 miles, contacts between them have been few up to now. But now young people from the dioceses of Lebombo, Niassa and Angola, gathered from Nov. 25-30 at the diocesan center in Maciene, in the Mozambique province of Gaza.

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