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Congregatio Discipulorum Domini


Congregatio Discipulorum Domini

Congregation of the Disciples of the Lord (also known as, Congregatio Discipulorum Domini also its translation in Latin) is a Catholic religious institute, founded by future Cardinal Celso Costantini on 4 January 1927 at Xuanhua (Süanhwafu) of Hebei Province in China.

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  • 歡迎參觀 - Congregatio Discipulorum Domini official website in Chinese and English
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