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February 1997
Christian Century;02/05/97, Vol. 114 Issue 5, p124
Presents news items relating to Christian churches as of February 5, 1997. Mother Teresa's decision to step down as leader of the Missionaries of Charity religious order; Rescue of a leading Russian Orthodox priest and his assistant; Lutheran World Relief Board of Directors' decision to move its operations from New York City to Baltimore, Maryland.


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