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Genocide must always be named, condemned, and taught to the next generation to end the cycle of violence against certain groups of people.

“Actions deliberately contrary to the law of nations and to its universal principles are crimes, as are the orders that command such actions. … Thus the extermination of a people, nation, or ethnic minority must be condemned as a mortal sin. One is morally bound to resist orders that command genocide.” ﹣Catechism of the Catholic Church, #2313

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