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Morning Briefing: Anti-trafficking efforts; Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities meets; Catholic Social Ministry Gathering coverage; possible deal between Vatican and China; getting religion on health coverage
San Pedro Sula, Honduras - President Hernández gets inaugurated for a second term, while Hondurans live under military rule that keeps order with batons, tear gas and automatic weapons.
Faith and Justice: Pakistani Christian girls who have been abducted are forced to convert to Islam, which makes their subsequent marriages legal under Pakistani law.
Migration should be "a choice rather than something forced or involuntary," said Philippine Archbishop Bernardito Auza, the Vatican's permanent observer to the United Nations.