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All Things Considered ran this Arun Rath story about the Pontiff’s stop at Palmasola, part of a tour through Latin America. (Transcript) Palmasola is the
In October 2011, Professor Moltmann, in Atlanta to lecture at Emory, asked Professor McBride if he could visit Ms. Gissendaner in prison. His visit coincided with a graduation ceremony for the 10 or so theology students at the prison, and he agreed to give a commencement address.
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