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Lessons from Archbishop Óscar Romero

On March 24, 1980, one day after delivering a homily in which he beseeched his nation’s military to cease their violent repression of the nation’s poor, Archbishop Óscar Romero of El Salvador was slain by an assassin’s bullet on the altar of a small hospital chapel.  L...

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Mid-Lenten Wake Up Call

This blog post was adapted from a Lenten reflection by IWJ's Deputy Director Aina Gutierrez:  It was easy to sign up for the Fast from Fast Food, because I don’t really eat fast food. Sometimes when I travel or when the kids get a smoothie treat, but otherwise it’s not high o...

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