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America StaffAugust 02, 2018

Sister Helen Prejean, an anti-death penalty activist and author of the book Dead Man Walking, joins America senior editor and chief correspondent Kevin Clarke to discuss Pope Francis' revision of the death penalty teaching.

Read a full report from America’s Vatican correspondent Gerard O’Connell here.

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Beth Cioffoletti
4 years 1 month ago

Oh happy Day. Thank you Sr. Helen. Thank you Pope Francis. No exceptions. No loopholes.

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