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Mon, 03 Sep 2018 10:56 - Updated Mon, 03 Sep 2018 10:56

Bishop urges youth to holiness

Muxima - Bishop of Santo Tomé, Bishop Manuel António Mendez dos Santos, on Sunday urged young people not to be afraid to accept the Word of God so that they have harmony in their homes, leave drugs and delinquency and other ills that harm society.

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Pilgrimage closing mass

Photo: clemento dos santos

The prelate made this statement during the closing homily of the mass  to the shrine of Our Lady ( Muxima), which ran from September 1 to 2.



 The mass that closed the pilgrimage took place from September 1 to 2 was attended by at least 300,000 pilgrims including government entities.

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