CJTF-HOA, Djiboutian Catholics reunite in show of faith, partnership

U.S. Navy Lt. Francis Okoli, a Catholic chaplain on Camp Lemonnier, and Bishop Giorgio Bertin, appointed bishop to Djibouti and an apostolic administrator for Somalia, conduct a Roman Catholic mass for Camp Lemonnier-stationed members and their Djiboutian counterparts inside the main Catholic church of Djibouti – Cathédrale Notre-Dame du Bon-Pasteur de Djibouti, known in English as Our Lady of the Good Shepherd Cathedral, June 15, 2017.Three years after a terrorist attack in downtown Djibouti prompted the need for increased liberty restrictions here, Camp Lemonnier personnel are again attending religious services in downtown Djibouti. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Andria Allmond)
U.S. Navy Lt. Francis Okoli, a Catholic chaplain on Camp Lemonnier, and Bishop Giorgio Bertin, appointed bishop to Djibouti and an apostolic administrator for Somalia, conduct a Roman Catholic mass for Camp Lemonnier-stationed members and their Djiboutian counterparts inside the main Catholic church of Djibouti – Cathédrale Notre-Dame du Bon-Pasteur de Djibouti, known in English as Our Lady of the Good Shepherd Cathedral, June 15, 2017.Three years after a terrorist attack in downtown Djibouti prompted the need for increased liberty restrictions here, Camp Lemonnier personnel are again attending religious services in downtown Djibouti. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Andria Allmond)
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