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Women of courage and compassion seek to salve in Mexico's ills

Catholic World News - March 10, 2011

Pedro Dutour tells two troubling stories of courage and compassion in Mexico. The stories are troubling because they do not have happy endings, and in one case they involve acts of charity toward desperate people engaged in illegal activity. Still the fundamental decency of the women in these stories shines through the murk.

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