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EVENT: Romero Mass, 15 August

Oscar Romero was officially recognised as Blessed on 23 May 2015 in El Salvador and on the 15 August, Romero’s birthday, there will be a Mass to celebrate the Beatification of Oscar Romero at St George’s Cathedral, Southwark at 12:30pm followed by a reception in Amigo Hall. 224 more words

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God is weak: the subernatural, or from atheism to btheism

My Apologies†

We can readily dismiss people reporting to have seen ghosts, experienced “miracles”, communicated with a higher power, etc., or we can consider it as empiricists. 740 more words

Commentary

You and Monseñor

You and Monseñor are alike in two obvious respects
To me anyway

You both have expansive hearts for the people
You may say

“But you know many people with big hearts” 182 more words

No Time For Poetry But Exactly What Is

Kneeling at the Feet of the Poor: Pope Francis and Liberation Theology

This is my latest cowritten Huffington Post with Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr. on the Pope and Liberation Theology. 

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Pope Francis is drawing attention from people around the world. 967 more words

Grace Ji-sun Kim

Beato Óscar Romero

¿Reivindica a la teología de la liberación esta beatificación?

Crecí pensando que el Arzobispo de El Salvador, Óscar Arnulfo Romero, ahora beato, había militado en el movimiento de extrema izquierda, promoviendo activamente el comunismo marxista. 659 more words

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I Am Ready for “San Romero”

I am ready for “San Romero” or Saint Oscar Romero of the Americas, who was recently beatified, why? Having visited the tomb of the now Blessed Oscar Romero in El Salvador many times, one can only wonder why people from all over the world – and from all corners of the tiny country of El Salvador – pay respects there, and pray for his intercession. 619 more words

Oscar Romero

"He's not just a saint, he's Jeremiah": An Interview with John Dear on Blessed Óscar Romero

On Thursday, May 21, 2015, while visiting the campus of the Universidad Centroaméricana José Simeón Cañas (UCA) in San Salvador, Meg Stapleton Smith and I spoke with renowned author, nonviolent activist, priest, Father… 2,595 more words

Theology And Culture