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Pope’s legacy

This week we have observed millions of people expressing admiration for the pope, but there has been very little expression of support for the most important principle which the pope consistently voiced: His reverance for human life and his opposition to war, violence or the use of force for any reason whatsoever. By far the best way we could all honor the pope and all he stood for would be by putting an end to using war as an instrument of foreign policy.

Harold Blickenstaff

Nevada City

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