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Mormon Leader Discusses Religious Diversity with other Faith Leaders

A leader in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Samoa, Taimalie Sapele Faalogo, joined other faith leaders at the recent 'Managing Religious and Cultural Diversity' conference at the National University of Samoa.  

Faalago is President of the Pesega Samoa Stake of the Church.  A stake is similar to a diocese in other Christian faiths, and the Pesega Stake comprises 10 wards, or congregations.

He joined leaders from the National Council of Churches and other faiths who were represented at the conference in a panel discussion about managing religious diversity in Samoa.

President Faalago encouraged attendees to "let all our dealings with each other be marked by charity—the truest and deepest manifestation of the love of Christ.

After the panel discussion he was interviewed for a Samoan television news report.


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