Priest 'not denounced' by popetags: Telegraph (UK), popes, Dirty War, Pope Francis, Franz Jalics
Francisco Jalics, a Hungarian native who now lives in a German monastery, said that he was following up on comments about the case last week because he had received a lot of questions and "some commentaries imply the opposite of what I meant."
He did not elaborate.
Fr Jalics and another priest, Orlando Yorio, were kidnapped in 1976.
Jorge Mario Bergoglio, now Pope Francis, has said he told the priests to give up their work in slums for their own safety, and they refused. Yorio, who is now dead, later accused Fr Bergoglio of effectively delivering them to the death squads by declining to publicly endorse their work....
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