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Abraha Francois (2 April 1918 - 26 March 2000) was appointed by Pope John XXIII in 1961 as the first autonomous Archbishop of Asmara, which had previously been a part of the Ethiopian Catholic Church. He went on to attend the sessions of the Second Vatican Council.
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