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The Roman CatholicArchdiocese of Lusaka (Archidioecesis Lusakensis) in Zambia covers an area of 64,000 km² (24,720 mi²). As of 2004, of the 3.3 million citizens in the area, 736,194 are members of the Catholic Church. The archdiocese is subdivided into 70 parishes, and has 184 priests.