Pope Faces Growth of Pentecostals, Unbelief in Trip to Brazil

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c. 2007 Religion News Service VATICAN CITY _ When Pope John Paul II visited Brazil in 1980, one of his gravest concerns was the rise throughout Latin America of liberation theology, a movement that sought to fuse Roman Catholic social doctrine with the teachings of Karl Marx. Today liberation theology’s proponents are aging and their […]

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