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Bosnia-Herzegovina, Holy See reach accord on military chaplains

Catholic World News - April 12, 2010

The Vatican has announced the conclusion of an accord with Bosnia-Herzegovina, governing the pastoral care to be provided for Catholics serving in that country's armed forces. Archbishop Alessandro D'Errico, the apostolic nuncio to Sarajevo, called the agreement "a new important stage in relationships between the Holy See and Bosnia and Herzegovina."

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