(Worthy News) - More than half a million members of a Mexican Pentecostal church called 'The Light of the World' held a massive 'holy supper' this week, one of the largest religious ceremonies in the world.
With mass baptisms, 600,000 loaves of bread and 20,000 liters of wine, the "brothers and sisters" of the church celebrated their 80th annual "holy convocation," a six-day gathering in the city of Guadalajara.
Organizers said participants traveled from 57 countries on five continents to take part. [ Source: Channel News Asia (Read More...) ]
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