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Taylor Report
Claude Lacaille, the subject and author of Rebel Priest in the Time of Tyrants, Mission to Haiti, Ecuador and Chile
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Nov. 20, 2015, 6:46 p.m.
Claude Lacaille discusses his life-long desire to be a priest and a missionary serving the poor, his work in Haiti, Ecuador and Chile (1965 through 1986), the inspiration and role of Liberation Theology, which began with Vatican the Second and which was censored by Popes John Paul II and Benedict.

Lacaille respects the poor and realizes that we all must work together to achieve justice and equality for the People of the world.

Lacaille praises Pope Francis as a man of wisdom. He refers to Pope Francis' denouncement of the hypocritical powerful who talk of peace but who sell weapons which will be used for war and will create enemies.

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00:20:06 1 Nov. 16, 2015
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