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Recent Articles

Jennifer with her mother and sister.

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Mom

By Jennifer Zimmerman

A high school junior’s tribute to her mother, Margrit Zimmerman, who even while dying of cancer pointed her children and many others to Jesus.

Claudio Oliver of the Casa da Videira.

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Becoming a Rooted Church

By Claudio Oliver

"We did not have to advertise Jesus or our way of life with words; we had only to base our daily decisions on him," writes Claudio Oliver in this account of how, step by step, a church became a community.

Archbishop Oscar Romero with two children, one of whom is holding his archbishop's cross in his hand and gazing at it.

Monday, March 23, 2015

An Offering to God

By Colin Fields

This year marks the thirty-fifth anniversary of Archbishop Óscar Romero's assassination – he was gunned down at the altar while saying Mass in San Salvador. Remember Romero by listening to this piece of music he commissioned.