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Reagan S Visit

April 18, 1985
If the American Legion and Jewish groups do not believe in forgiving repentant sinners, how can they expect God to forgive their own trespasses? Instead of condemning President Reagan's decision to honor German war dead of World War I and II, they should acclaim it as a shining example of the vision: "Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men." (Luke 2:14). Forgiveness is the first step toward true reconciliation. MAS ODOI Torrance
November 22, 1989 | Associated Press
Former President Ronald Reagan postponed a visit Tuesday to Loyola Marymount University, where students and others indicated they would protest his appearance. Reagan gave as an official reason his sympathy with the Jesuit community, which is mourning the killing of six priests in El Salvador last week. Several people called the Jesuit-operated university to protest Reagan's visit, according to David Herbst, a student and chairman of the speakers program.
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