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

Camp Lemonnier-stationed Roman Catholics and their Djiboutian counterparts met iin faith, worshipping together 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. Last month, the Combined Joint Task Force – Horn of Africa Religious Affairs Office began the mission of once again uniting the faithful in Djibouti’s cathedral.(U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Andria Allmond)
Camp Lemonnier-stationed Roman Catholics and their Djiboutian counterparts met iin faith, worshipping together 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. Last month, the Combined Joint Task Force – Horn of Africa Religious Affairs Office began the mission of once again uniting the faithful in Djibouti’s cathedral.(U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Andria Allmond)
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