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Salvadoran Colonel and Vice-Minister of Public Security, Inocente Orlando Montano will be tried in a Spanish Court for murder and terrorism for his alleged involvement in the murders of the six Jesuits that also included their two lay companions.
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Fr. Rutilio Grande, S.J., is a step closer to eventually becoming a saint. According to The New York Times, Pope Francis approved a decree Friday proclaiming Fr. Grande "a martyr for the Catholic faith." Analysis by America notes that such recognition of martyrdom means that Grande may soon be beatified— declared“blessed."
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“There is room in our inns,” was the message from representatives of 31 migrant humanitarian shelters on the U.S. side of the border with Mexico that have collectively served over 320,000 asylum seekers over the course of 2019.