By Catherine Sullivan “I really should understand this by now,” I thought as I sat in a graduate-level seminar on Catholic social teaching. “But I still don’t get it.” The topic was Archbishop Óscar Romero, a man I had encountered many times before. As a high school student, I viewed the 1989 film about his …
St. Óscar Romero, courageous prophet and shepherd, forty years ago you cried out for peace, for an end to violence and oppression.
Fr. Rutilio Grande, SJ, like John the Baptist, placed himself on the margins and called people to conversion.