John’s account of Jesus’ cleansing of the temple is in sharp contrast to the other Gospel accounts of this dramatic story. In the Synoptic Gospels, this scene takes place at the end of the “Palm Sunday Procession” into the holy city. 

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SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador - Eleven-year-old Jamin Diaz is finding that music and his participation in a symphony orchestra are giving him the chance to steer clear of violence that plagues his country.

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SAN SALVADOR - A Salvadoran judge ruled that Spanish Passionist Father Antonio Rodriguez, known for his work in rehabilitating gang members, should remain in jail, accused of various crimes regarding gang activities.

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SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador - Standing at the edge of the garden where six Jesuit priests were killed in 1989, Echol Nix is clear about the message he is taking home with him to the United States.

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SAN SALVADOR - A Salvadoran bishop said he helped persuade the leaders of El Salvador's two most notorious gangs to end a wave of killings across the country.

Bishop Fabio Colindres, who ministers as a military chaplain, said that for humanitarian reasons he mediated with the government so that 30 leaders of the Mara Salvatrucha and Barrio 18 gangs, who have been held in a maximum security prison in Zacatecoluca, could gain better prisons conditions.

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