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Oscar Romero (1917-1980), the martyred archbishop of San Salvador, exemplified a new face of holiness for our time. A relatively undistinguished prelate at the time of his consecration in 1977, he quickly underwent a powerful conversion. In three short years he became a courageous advocate of the oppressed, a voice for the voicelessl and friend of the poor, whose witness would be crowned by his own martydom. This work examines Romero's words as well as "parables" drawn from his life to explore the essential dimensions of his spiritulity and its universal challenge.
Marking the twentieth anniversary of his assassination in 1980, this volume explores the prophetic spirituality of Archbishop Oscar Romero of El Salvador.