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  • Archbishop Oscar Romero one step closer to sainthood

    Thirty-five years ago Tuesday, Archbishop Oscar Romero of El Salvador celebrated Mass in the small chapel of a cancer hospital. As he finished his homily and started back to the altar, a rifle was fired from the rear of the chapel. The bullet struck him in the heart. He died within minutes.
  • Honoring 'Saint Romero' is overdue for many Salvadorans

    Honoring 'Saint Romero' is overdue for many Salvadorans
    Blanca Estela Garcia did not need the Vatican to tell her that slain Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Romero was a saint. Nor did the thousands of people gathering here in parks, in Masses and on marches to the San Salvador Cathedral in recent days to...

    March mayhem and morality: a deportation and a sainting?

    March mayhem and morality: a deportation and a sainting?
    This March has seen two related but very different events — one a court ruling supporting the deportation of a man found complicit in many murders; the other an announcement of a move to make an official saint of a murder victim. The victim is...

    Orlando City midfielder Darwin Cerén called up to El Salvador national team

    Orlando City midfielder Darwin Cerén called up to El Salvador national team
    Add another player to the list of Orlando City call-ups. Midfielder Darwin Cerén has been called in to El Salvador’s national team roster for friendlies against Argentina and Guatemala in the upcoming FIFA international fixture window. Cerén...

    Indiana dentist gives back on mission trip to El Salvador

    The days are long, spent seeing dozens of patients, but are an important part of giving back. Dr. Doug Harty, a Center Grove-area dentist, spent the past week seeing patients in the poorest neighborhoods of El Salvador. Harty went with Bridges of Hope...