Some time back, I got an e-mail from an old friend with whom I had lost contact many years before. He was an ex-seminarian from Argentina who had been imprisoned and tortured during the “dirty war” of the military dictatorship. That he had gotten out alive bordered on the miraculous.
His scars were real and permanent. Not the least of them were psychological wounds caused by the silence of most of the Argentine hierarchy and the...
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