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Ghana bishops meet, discuss holiness, lament bribery and corruption

November 21, 2018

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CWN Editor's Note: The West African nation of 27.5 million is 58% Protestant, 13% Catholic, and 18% Muslim, with 5% adhering to traditional religions. The bishops also discussed care for the environment, illegal migration, youth unemployment, poverty, local government reform, social services, the financial sector, education, and political vigilantism.

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