Faith NewsMelissa Vida - Catholic News Service October 14, 2018
"I feel proud as a brother and as a family member," Gaspar Romero said, "but also as part of the (Salvadoran) people because over there, they love him a lot."
Politics & Society NewsMelissa Vida - Catholic News Service February 26, 2018
This is the last leg of a journey that started in Eritrea, Afghanistan or Iraq.
Politics & Society NewsMelissa Vida - Catholic News Service December 12, 2017
From the 1970s until his assassination in March 1980, Blessed Romero used the radio station YSAX to inform Salvadorans and the international community of the horrors of El Salvador's civil war.
Politics & Society NewsMelissa Vida - Catholic News Service October 06, 2017
“Most survivors suffer from severe anxiety or guilt.”
Faith NewsMelissa Vida - Catholic News Service September 29, 2017
In the aftermath of the Sept. 19 earthquake, nearly every colorful and picturesque church is fractured and security perimeters make sure congregants cannot access them. Residents fear more might still tumble.
Politics & Society NewsMelissa Vida - Catholic News Service September 25, 2017
Thousands of volunteers and rescue squads have flooded Mexico City, where workers, electricians, nurses, students and others work side by side to save the last victims and bring relief to the survivors.