sees the Pope
This week Bishop Cesar Augusto of Tete has an audience with Pope Paul and the All Africa Council of Churches has asked the Vatican _to censure Portugal's contact in .Africa.
Canon Burgess Carr, General Secretary of the Conference, a Liberian Episcopalian Minister, said he would ask the 41 member states of the Organisation of African Unity, who have relations with the Holy See, to sever them if the Vatican did not act against Portugal.
The Revd. Eliot! Kendal, African Secretary of the British Council of Churches, said all Africa churches were concerned with Portugal's actions in Mozambique. The Vatican's response, he added, would be watched with interest there, especially as the two Catholic missionary priests in prison in Lourenco Marques come up for trial later this month.