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Spanish mothers whose children were taken at birth meet with Pope

September 02, 2019

» Continue to this story on El Confidencial (Spain)

CWN Editor's Note: On August 31, Pope Francis received members of the AVIDNA Association. During the decades of Francisco Franco’s rule, tens of thousands of mothers were told, sometimes by priests and religious, that their newborn babies had died; instead, the babies were raised in families loyal to the regime.

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