A Martyr's Death

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March 26 Podcast

Remembering Shahbaz Bhatti, a Pakistani minister and Christian who died fighting the blasphemy laws in his country
Associate Editor Kevin Clarke talked to Virginia Farris, a foreign policy adviser to the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, shortly after the murder of Shahbaz Bhatti, a Pakistani minister who was fighting the blasphemy laws in his country. Here we provide an excerpt from that interview, and an update on the promotion of Bhatti's cause as a saint and martyr.
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