The image is the official one the Vatican will use on a tapestry when Blessed Romero is declared a saint Oct. 14.
Through his spiritual commitment to his people, Romero gradually learned in a new way the deep meanings of Christian faith and acted them out in our turbulent world.
A publication of the Archdiocese of San Salvador argues that the canonization of Oscar Romero should be held in El Salvador.
A human rights attorney in the United States believes that the upcoming canonization of Blessed Oscar Romero in October has been a factor in a decision to revisit the 1989 Jesuit massacre at the University of Central America.
The end of Temporary Protected Status and the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals programs means more than 215,000 Salvadorans are now facing a return to a country in turmoil.