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Sealed Together The Manaus Temple Caravan 19 May 2015
Artigo e video sobre as caravanas para o Templo de Sao Paulo e os membros de Amazonas/ Manaus.

https://history.lds.org/article/manaus-brazil-temple-caravan?lang=eng

n the 1990s, Church members in Manaus, Brazil, were 4,000 kilometers from the nearest temple, which was in São Paulo. The rain forest, half the length of the Amazon, and most of the Brazilian coast lay in between, and yet their leaders dreamed of helping as many Saints as possible reach the temple. In 1992, they planned a six-day caravan by boat and bus that would make the dream of reaching the temple a reality for many.

In the temple, the Saints were sealed to their families and ancestors. Through the journey, they also developed spiritual strength and unity that laid a foundation for the future growth of the Church in Manaus.
Mark-David McCool
 

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