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The Field Hospital: Refugees welcomed in Toledo and St. Paul; religious sister presides at a wedding; Raleigh closes its overflowing cathedral; tragedy ends carnival rides.
A group of Blessed Oscar Romero devotees in the U.S. is inviting parishes around the country to mark on Aug. 15 what would have been the slain Salvadoran archbishop's 100th birthday.
Celebrating a Mass in El Salvador, newly created Cardinal Gregorio Rosa Chavez said his first major assignment will be to travel to South Korea.
Immigrants and other parishioners in the Missouri diocese have a connection to the San Salvador bishop through mutual visits, and see hope for El Salvador in his new role.