The U.S. Board of Immigration Appeals has finalized a deportation order for former Salvadoran Gen. José Guillermo García, linked to the slayings of Archbishop Oscar Romero and four U.S. churchwomen.
Global Sisters Report Preview: A delegation is in El Salvador Nov. 28-Dec. 5 to celebrate the lives of four women who were murdered by the government 35 years ago.
GSR preview: A group of 100 mostly women religious are spending a week visiting the site where three sisters and a lay missioner were killed 35 years ago.
Global Sisters Report Preview: A delegation of 117 men and women are in El Salvador Nov. 28-Dec. 5 celebrate the lives of four women who were murdered by the government 35 years ago.
Pope Francis Oct. 30 criticized conservative clergy and bishops who he said had defamed slain Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Romero even after he was killed by a right-wing death squad in 1980.
The pope departed from his prepared address to a group of visiting Salvadorans to deliver unusually pointed remarks about the past detractors of Romero, who was beatified last May in El Salvador, putting him a step away from sainthood.
A U.S. magistrate judge is deciding whether Inocente Orlando Montano will be extradited to Spain, for prosecution for one of the most shocking crimes in El Salvador’s civil war.
On Saturday, the Catholic church beatified Archbishop Oscar Romero of El Salvador, who was assassinated in 1980 while celebrating Mass.
Global Sisters Report: The sisters, who lost family members in El Salvador's civil war, will be among the 250,000 people at the beatification ceremony.
Thirty-five years after the assassination of Archbishop Oscar Romero and on the eve of his beatification, El Salvador appears to be a different country.
In a jarring sense of justice, in a country of contradictions, Salvadoran military officers who butchered thousands of infants and children walk free under an amnesty law, while Salvadoran women are imprisoned for suffering miscarriages and stillbirths.