Moscow parish is refuge for Africans

Brown, Frank
December 1999
National Catholic Reporter;12/17/99, Vol. 36 Issue 8, p16
Features the Our Lady of Hope Parish in Moscow, Russia, which serves as a temporal and spiritual refuge for foreign Catholics, especially Africans facing discrimination. Number of communities present in the parishes and the languages spoken; Problem faced by the parish; How the intolerance to foreigners in Russia started and how are blacks treated by the police.


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