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Pope Dodges Birth Control Issue in Philippines

Monday, February 2, 2015

Pope Francis leaves his pro-family, anti-poverty message echoing in the Philippines, where poor families forgo artificial birth control and migrant workers feel compelled to leave their homes and travel overseas into the hands of powerful employers.

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