Salvadorans living in Houston, Texas, remember the legacy of Saint Oscar Romero

Catholic parishioners of Holy Spirit Parish of Houston, Texas, remember the legacy of Saint Oscar Romero. Photo: Courtesy.

Deysi Dominguez

U.S – The Salvadoran Community of the Holy Spirit Parish of Houston, Texas, remember the legacy of Saint Oscar Arnulfo Romero, of the 41 anniversary of his assassination in El Salvador, where also included, to all the innocents who died during that civil war.

It all started with a procession inside the Parish with large photographs of the face of Santo Romero, and each attendee was given a poster to take home, with an evangelizing message spoken by the Saint.

Message from Saint Oscar Romero. Photo: Courtesy.

During mass, the priest, William Bueche, he said in his homily: "We must learn from Him (San Romero) We must have him as an example because he, he was a hero ".

Likewise, Miguel Esquivel, Salvadoran promoter of these religious activities in the parish, who studies to be a deacon, added a small review of the legacy of San Romero, in which he said: "Monsignor Romero was assassinated for protecting the poor".

During the mass, a video with a large screen was also prepared, in which life was summarized, and pastoral work of San Oscar Romero.