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Jesus dies on the cross

Jesus dies on the cross

Do you own a Guatemalan stole? Perhaps this story will make it even more holy.

The Rev. Scott McLeod reflects on the twelfth Station of the Cross: Jesus dies on the cross. He tells a story of a brave priest who ministered—and was ultimately murdered—among the people of Guatemala.


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I have a Guatemalan stole, given me by a dear friend. I have always worn in prayerful solidarity with Latin@s en todo lugar, especialmente ell@s sin documentos. Ahora, después de ver este vídeo, yo sé que lo llevaré puesto con la reverencia mas profunda, pidiendo Padre Francisco, que puedo servir fielmente el pobre y rechazado de los nin@s de Dios.

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