In In the Time of the Butterflies, why does the church turn against Trujillo?

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The church finally takes a stand against Trujillo's regime after witnessing the way in which Trujillo ruthlessly bombs and kills his own people. In the novel, Patria witnesses this, and feels a very strong connection with the young men that are killed, as she associates them as other lost children, in addition to the children she has already had but has lost. As Patria recalls, what...

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