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James Carroll

Outlawed AIDS prevention

By James Carroll
May 1, 2006

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CARING FOR the sick has always been a defining act of religion, as if every conception of God must be measured by its generation of compassion. Among Catholics, the tradition of the ''corporal works of mercy," associated with Jesus himself, long ago spawned a commitment to provide for the health of human beings, which led to the institutionalization of medical ... (Full article: 760 words)

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