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Government critique.

The July 12-25 issue includes a front-page story about the Honduran bishops' critique of their government's role in the Honduran conflict. Why can't the U.S. bishops' conference critique our government's role in the immigrant crisis at our southern border? Seeing people in cages and sleeping on cement is frightful. Why aren't the American bishops speaking out strongly with one voice on this issue for all the world to see and hear?

GINNY KORTENKAMP

Belmont, California

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Title Annotation:LETTERS
Author:Kortenkamp, Ginny
Publication:National Catholic Reporter
Article Type:Letter to the editor
Date:Aug 9, 2019
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