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‘People want to know the truth’ about archbishops’ deaths, Congo prelate says

October 16, 2020

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CWN Editor's Note: Calling for an investigation by human rights activists into deaths that have taken place in his region (map), Archbishop François-Xavier Maroy Rusengo of Bukavu said that his predecessor, Archbishop Emmanuel Kataliko (1932-2000), died “in circumstances that have not yet been clarified”: the prelate had been arrested and exiled before dying in Rome. Another predecessor, the Servant of God Christophe Munzihirwa Mwene Ngabo, SJ (1926-1996), was murdered by invading Rwandan soldiers.

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