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Modern Martyr: The Story of Oscar Romero (Faith in Action) (edition 1998)

by Liam Gearon, Brian Platt (Illustrator)

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Title:Modern Martyr: The Story of Oscar Romero (Faith in Action)
Authors:Liam Gearon
Other authors:Brian Platt (Illustrator)
Info:Religious and Moral Education Press (1998), Paperback, 24 pages
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Tags:Oscar Romero, Honduras, El Salvador, Violence, Christian perspective, Peace building, Peace keeping, Ideas, Political activity, Social change, Social movements, Social justice, Human right defenders, Social uprising, Protest movements

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Describes how Archbishop Oscar Romero risked his life by speaking out for the rights and just treatment of the poor in El Salvador.
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