A Mass in the chapel of El Salvador’s largest prison points to hope and a path toward reducing violence, restoring dignity and renewing life.
Buenos dias and a smile — It’s through doing the small things that we can make a difference (a Lenten reflection)
Melissa Altman reflects on ‘blindly’ embracing the adventure of mission within family life
Starting in mission in El Salvador, Josh Wetmore learns the values of “esperar,” humility and soccer.
The virus should make us reflect on our connectedness and to re-evaluate global inequity
40 years after his assassination, the legacy of St. Óscar Arnulfo Romero lives on.
Tim Ross’ Catholic Worker house helps homeless people put their lives back together
The legacy of El Salvador’s Jesuit martyrs lives on—at the University of Central America and in the young people from the country’s poor communities.