Spanish Jesuit, linguist once expelled by dictator, dies in Paraguay

A Spanish-born Jesuit who dedicated his life to the study of Paraguay's Guarani people died one day shy of his 87th birthday.

Paraguayan Catholics rejoice for beatification of one of their own

In rural Paraguay in 2002, a newborn who spent 20 minutes without signs of life after the umbilical cord was cut was declared dead after attempts to revive him failed.