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.
FaithVatican Dispatch
Pope Francis
Pope Francis' remarks from his general audience on Wednesday, Dec. 2.
Politics & SocietyNews
David Agren - Catholic News Service
In a Sept. 11 ruling, former Col. Inocente Orlando Montano, 77, was found to have planned and ordered the murders of the five Jesuits priests — all Spanish nationals — Nov. 16, 1989, at their residence on the Central American University campus.
A file photo shows Salvadorans gathering during a candlelight service in San Salvador to commemorate the 1989 killing of six Jesuits and two women during El Salvador's civil war. (CNS photo/Luis Galdamez, Reuters)
FaithShort Take
Manuel Acosta
Spain's sentencing of a former Salvadoran colonel for the murder of five Jesuit priests means the truth has surfaced, writes Father Manuel Acosta from San Salvador, but a rotten judicial system still causes pain.
Politics & SocietyNews
David Agren - Catholic News Service
A court in Spain on Friday sentenced a former Salvadoran colonel to 133 years in prison for the slaying of six Spanish priests in El Salvador more than three decades ago.
FaithDispatches
Rhina Guidos - Catholic News Service
Almost four decades after their deaths, these women martyrs are remembered, not because of how they died, but as examples of Christian lives well-lived.