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Nuevo cardenal salvadoreño Monseñor Gregorio Rosa Chávez agradece intercesión de Beato Romero en su nombramiento
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Celebración de santa misa por el segundo Aniversario de Beatificación de Monseñor Romero
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People look at a portrait of Monsignor Oscar Arnulfo Romero at the cathedral of San Salvador on October 26, 2014. Monsignor Romero will be canonized on 2015. AFP PHOTO / STR
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Members of human rights organizations and civil societies hold posters of Salvadoran Monsignor Oscar Arnulfo Romero as they take part in a march for peace, on December 16, 2014 in San Salvador. The march is held every year to claim form human rights and this year it is in honor of Romero. AFP PHOTO / MARVIN RECINOS
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Salvadorean Gaspar Romero is reflected in the portrait of his brother Monsignor Oscar Romero (1917-1980) during an interview with AFP in San Salvador on May 13, 2015. Monsignor Romero will be beatified on May 23, 2015. AFP PHOTO / Marvin RECINOS / AFP PHOTO / Marvin RECINOS
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OSCAR-AMULFO ROMERO Y GALDAMEZ - ARCHEVEQUE DE SAN SALVADOR (SALVADOR) (1977 - 1980) NE: 1917 - PRETRE: 1942 - EVEQUE: 1970 (AUX. SAN SALVADOR, PUIS DE SANTIAGO DE MARIA) - ASSASSINE LE 24 MARS 1980
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Mgr Oscar Romero par Roberto Morozzo della Rocca, préface de Jean-Dominique Durand, professeur d’histoire contemporaine à l’université de Lyon, traduit de l’italien par Chrystèle Francillon, éditions Desclée de Brouwer
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A 1979 portrait of Archbishop Oscar Romero of El Salvador, an outspoken proponent of human rights. Romero was assassinated March 24, 1980 as he said Mass at a hospital chapel. (Photo by �� Leif Skoogfors/CORBIS/Corbis via Getty Images)
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This painting of Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Romero is located in the lower level of the Cathedral of San Salvador. (CNS photo/Octavio Duran) See POPE-ROMERO Feb. 3, 2015, ROMERO-BEATIFICATION Feb. 4, 2015, and VATICAN LETTER Feb. 5, 2015.
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Reproduction made at the Monsignor Romero Historical Museum in San Salvador, El Salvador on August 21, 2014, of an undated picture showing Monsignor Oscar Arnulfo Romero, Archbishop of San Salvador and Human Rights defender during the Salvadorean civil war from 1981 to 1992. Pope Francis on February 3, 2015 approved a decree declaring slain Salvadoran archbishop Oscar Romero a martyr for the church. The cleric, a defender of the poor and vocal critic of the military in El Salvador, was shot dead in 1980 while celebrating mass. Declaring him a martyr clears the way for him to be beatified, which can lead to sainthood. AFP PHOTO / Monsignor Romero Historical Museum RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE-NO MARKETING-NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS-MANDATORY CREDIT: AFP PHOTO / MONSIGNOR ROMERO HISTORICAL MUSEUM- DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS