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February 27, 1988 | United Press International
An ecumenical delegation of top Mozambican church leaders ended a Washington visit this week with praise for past American generosity and a plea for continued relief aid and political support for the embattled government. "The visit has been a good one," said Anglican Bishop Denis Salamao Sengulane in an interview. "I have found what we knew from a distance about American generosity is true."
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February 27, 1988 | United Press International
An ecumenical delegation of top Mozambican church leaders ended a Washington visit this week with praise for past American generosity and a plea for continued relief aid and political support for the embattled government. "The visit has been a good one," said Anglican Bishop Denis Salamao Sengulane in an interview. "I have found what we knew from a distance about American generosity is true."
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January 2, 1988 | DAVID CRARY, Associated Press
In improvised classroom sheds in the yard behind their dormitory, 35 young men study for the priesthood at Mozambique's only Roman Catholic seminary. Church officials would prefer other facilities, such as the larger complex that housed the seminary before the Marxist government turned it into a teachers' college. Despite some grievances, however, Catholic leaders and those of other faiths express cautious satisfaction with current church-state relations in Mozambique.
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January 2, 1988 | DAVID CRARY, Associated Press
In improvised classroom sheds in the yard behind their dormitory, 35 young men study for the priesthood at Mozambique's only Roman Catholic seminary. Church officials would prefer other facilities, such as the larger complex that housed the seminary before the Marxist government turned it into a teachers' college. Despite some grievances, however, Catholic leaders and those of other faiths express cautious satisfaction with current church-state relations in Mozambique.
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