Pope Francis visits Mozambique, Madagascar and Mauritius
Pope Francis visited the African Republics of Mozambique, Madagascar, and Mauritius over the course of seven days between Sept. 4 and Sept. 10. During this visit, he addressed political leaders of each nation, attended an interreligious gathering of thousands of young people in Mozambique and visited various social apostolic ministries in each country. This was the Pope’s fourth trip to Africa. Read all of America's coverage below.
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