‘I can read my life in light of Chapter 16 of the book of the prophet Ezekiel,’ wrote Pope Francis. ‘That text from Ezekiel teaches us ... how to feel shame — with all our history of wretchedness and sin, God remains faithful and raises us up. I feel this.’
The statue was installed in 2018 opposite the church of St Michael. It was initially at a school of the same name from 1935 until 2017.
With rosaries in hand, the faithful asked God for mercy for all humanity.
Archbishop Paul Coakley spoke about the decision Sept. 28.
The Parents’ Alliance, a civil society movement in defense of the family in El Salvador, welcomed the removal of the director of INFOD.