Priests Find Themselves on the Front Lines of Mexico's War on Drugs
Carrie Kahn - NPR.org
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February 11, 2016
Pope Francis travels to Mexico on Friday, a country where suspected narco-traffickers have murdered nearly a dozen Catholic priests in the last few years.
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