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Arts & CultureCatholic Book Club
James T. Keane
More than four decades after their murders, the four churchwomen of El Salvador remain powerful examples of faith and commitment to the Gospel.
People gather to mourn the death of six Salvadoran Jesuits, on November 18, 1989, in San Salvador, El Salvador (AP Photo/Luis Romero).
Politics & SocietyNews
The Associated Press
Prosecutors announced charges against former president Alfredo Cristiani and a dozen other people, including former military officers, in the massacre. The list of charges will apparently include murder, terrorism and conspiracy.
Arts & CultureCatholic Book Club
James T. Keane
The beatification of Rutilio Grande, S.J., this weekend in San Salvador reminds us of the power of Christian witness and courage in the face of oppression.
FaithFaith in Focus
Ana Maria Pineda
Rutilio Grande, S.J., who will be beatified on Jan. 22, has much to teach us about how to live a life of Christian discipleship.
Arts & CultureBooks
Sean Salai
Father Grande is more than just a Jesuit saint, but a saint for the clergy and people of El Salvador.
FaithNews Analysis
Molly Cahill
Biographer Eileen Markey said that the four women were very aware that their work could put them in harm’s way.