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Pope sends condolences for victims of Turkish cargo jet crash

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Film director launches question/answer website that focuses on religion


Inside that vehicle, atheists, believers and agnostics of all ages, are all welcomed to take a look at different stories that show how the lives of non believers were suddenly transformed. 

That journey is now also on the web. His blog which is in  Spanish, translates to  “All Roads Lead to Rome.” It gives people a way to have a healthy discussion and debate about religion. In addition to asking questions, one can also read the comments of other users.

The goal is quite simple. Just like in his films, the director wants people to take a journey exploring God.