Arabian bishop moves residence to Bahrain
CWN - August 09, 2012
The bishop who ministers to over two million Catholics in Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia is moving his apostolic vicariate’s headquarters from Kuwait to Bahrain.
“After thoughtful consideration and the completion of a new Roman Catholic Church in the kingdom, Bahrain will host [the] vicariate as a testament to the kingdom's religious and cultural openness,” the Kingdom of Bahrain said in a statement.
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