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February 25, 1985

A group of U.S. Roman Catholic church leaders, led by Archbishop John J. O'Connor of New York and Cardinal Joseph Bernardin of Chicago, arrived in Nicaragua at the start of a Central American tour aimed at examining conflicts involving the church. In Managua, where the ruling Sandinistas and the Catholic Church have clashed openly, the Americans will meet with President Daniel Ortega and other officials. Later in the week, they will go on to El Salvador.

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