Sr Bridget Tighe offers care and support to Palestinian communities in Jordan, Gaza and Jerusalem.
Paul VI implemented the changes made by the Second Vatican Council; Oscar Romero was its first martyr.
“Prayer led him to peace and trust and to the confidence that the past was in safe hands and the future was also in safe hands. God had turned his wounds into wisdom” – Bishop Martin Drennan.
Prelate was “stoned with the hardest stone that exists in the world: the tongue" resulting in his cause for sainthood being held up for years.
Beatification is not only a fitting tribute to his work, "it is also a powerful message of solidarity to those who continue to put their lives at risk to speak out against injustice".
Caritas Internationalis’ General Assembly closed with member organisations agreeing to adopt a vision of 'One Human Family, Caring for Creation'.
Documentary originally aired a month before Archbishop Romero was murdered in 1980, and contains his last interview.
“Today, in the name of this martyr, we resolve again to be upholders of this God-given dignity of every person.”