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Religious Education: Romero


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Romero House Named after Oscar Romero, Archbishop of San Salvador who was murdered for protecting the poor and oppressed. 

He has been declared a Servant of God (on the way to Sainthood). He is honored in other Christian traditions (Anglican and Lutheran). He has strong links with the Jesuits. His Archbishop’s motto is Sentire cum Ecclesia (“to feel with the Church”), which comes from Ignatius’ Spiritual Exercises—a possible House motto.

There are lots of images of him—both photographic and more artistic—which are both graphic and inspiring.




Óscar Arnulfo Romero y Galdámez
15 August 1917 - 24 March 1980
Feast Day - 24 March