Roman Catholic Diocese of San Juan Bautista De Las Misiones

The Roman Catholic Diocese of San Juan Bautista de las Misiones (Latin: Dioecesis Sancti Ioannis Baptistae a Missionibus) is a diocese located in the city of San Juan Bautista de las Misiones in the Ecclesiastical province of Asunción in Paraguay.

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