The Parents’ Alliance, a civil society movement in defense of the family in El Salvador, welcomed the removal of the director of INFOD.
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On Nov. 16, 1989 a unit of the Salvadoran Army dragged six Jesuits from their beds on the campus of the Central American University and shot them.
Salvadoran Archbishop Thanks President for Promise Not to Approve Pro-Abortion Constitutional Changes
The constitution of El Salvador recognizes in Article 1 “as a human person every human being from the moment of conception.”
The killings took place on Nov. 16, 1989, during a battle being waged across the city of San Salvador.
‘Without action by Congress, recipients’ lives will be upended and many families will be devastated,’ said Bishop Joe Vásquez.
The federal government is rounding up women and children who fled the drug and gang violence to return them to their home countries.
The postulator for the martyr's cause said Archbishop Romero dedicated his ministry to defending the poorest and weakest.