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October 20th, 2020
Father José Trinidad Rangel Montaño, a Claretian priest known for his simplicity and zeal for the salvation of souls, was forced to leave his parish, because he refused to register with the government as a priest.
Forced into hiding, he continued to administer the Sacraments, which had been outlawed by the anti-Catholic, pro-Communist Mexican government. Hunted down, he was found and arrested, on April 22, 1927. Interrogated and tortured, he was shot to death, on April 25, for his Catholic faith.
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THERESA MARIE MOREAU is an award-winning reporter who covers Catholicism and Communism.