Catholic Church in Namibia

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The Catholic Church in Namibia is part of the Roman Catholic Church under the universal, direct jurisdiction of the supreme Vicar of Christ, the Bishop of Rome and the Catholic world, and absolute monarch of the Vatican City state, the Pope.

As of 2004, there were 246,000 Roman Catholics in Namibia, about 13.7% of the total population. The country is divided into two dioceses, including one archdiocese together with an Apostolic Vicariate.

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