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Portrait of a nun working to ransom hostages in Syria's civil war

Catholic World News - November 04, 2013

In Catholic World Report, Alessandra Nucci provides an account of a nun whose heroic daily routine involves entering the battle zones of Syria's civil war to seek the release of some of the thousands of hostages who have been seized by the warring factions.

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