Roman Catholic Diocese of Mananjary
The Diocese of Mananjary is a Roman Catholic Diocese under the Archdiocese of Fianarantsoa in Madagascar. It is based in the town of Mananjary and was erected on 9 April 1968. It performs the Latin Rite. The Diocese covers approximately 14,270 km (5,511 sq. miles). As of 2004, the diocese population was about 700,000, with 14.8% Catholic. 35 priests were in the Diocese for a ratio of 2,962 Catholics for every 1 Priest. José Alfredo Caires de Nobrega has been the bishop of the Diocese since October 2000.
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