Copy Desk Daily, Sept. 30, 2019

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Check out our latest news from the Synod for the Amazon in Rome.

"We are united in our priorities." Comboni Missionary Sr. Gabriella Bottani, Talitha Kum's international coordinator, describes to GSR's Soli Salgado how the international anti-trafficking network of religious has evolved since its inception. Read Salgado's latest report from the Talitha Kum assembly in Rome: Talitha Kum ends first assembly, sets new goals to address structural injustices.

Cardinal-designate has defended indigenous people, migrants for decades: In an interview with NCR, shortly after he was named by Pope Francis as one of 13 new cardinal-designates, Guatemalan Bishop Álvaro Ramazzini displays an attitude in sync with Francis' concern for those on the margins and for creation itself.

Reporter's notebook: Tracking Bishop Ramazzini over the years — Mary Jo McConahay shares memories of reporting assignments that further testify to Ramazzini's character.

"His death has robbed the U.S. church of a seasoned churchman whose wise counsel the bishops need. His death has made me very sad." From Michael Sean Winters: Cardinal William Levada strove to honor all the church's teachings.

Speaker: Abuse survivors can't wait for bishops to learn from crisis: National correspondent Heidi Schlumpf reports on a panel at Notre Dame where speakers discussed the response to the sex abuse crisis. An abuse survivor on the panel did not mince words.

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