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Brazilian Christian leaders unite to support an economy 'at the service of life'

Catholic World News - February 18, 2010

Brazilian Christian leaders inaugurated a Brotherhood Campaign on Ash Wednesday, February 17, calling upon all their countrymen to work toward the establishment of an economic system "at the service of life." The annual campaign, conducted by the Catholic Church during Lent, has been extended this year to include other Christian denominations.

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