Murder of 2 Priests Hands Mexican Leaders a New Critic: the Catholic Church

MEXICO CITY — The murder of two Jesuit priests inside a church in Mexico this week stunned a country where frustration had been building for years over the government’s failure to stem a deluge of killing.

But this time, the government faces pointed criticism from one of the nation’s most powerful institutions, the Roman Catholic Church, amplifying the public outcry.

The conference of Mexican bishops urged the government on Thursday to “revise the security strategies, which are…

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