Survivors: Pope Francis saved many in dirty wars

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In this Nov. 29, 2013 photo, two dogs lie on the entrance of the Colegio Maximo in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Jorge Mario Bergoglio, now Pope Francis, studied philosophy and theology and became a priest at this school. He also lived there in different periods of his life, first when he served as Provincial of the Jesuits in Argentina from 1975 to 1979 and later, when he became Rector between 1979 and 1986. Pope Francis conspired right under the soldiers’ noses at the theological seminary he directed, providing refuge and safe passage to dozens of priests, seminarians and political dissidents marked for elimination by the 1976-1983 military regime. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)SAN MIGUEL, Argentina (AP) — Gonzalo Mosca was a radical on the run. Hunted by Uruguay’s dictators, he fled to Argentina, where he narrowly escaped a military raid on his hideout. “I thought that they would kill me at any moment,” Mosca says.