Tue, 11 November 2014
Early in the morning of November 16th 1989 a group of soldiers entered a Catholic college campus in San Salvador and forced six Jesuit priests from their beds. They then shot and killed them along with their housekeeper and her daughter. It all happened during the decade long civil war that ravaged El Salvador. The murders provoked international outrage.
We are joined by three guests to discuss the massacre, the priests' mission and their legacy.
- Dr Michael Lee- Associate Professor of Theology at Fordham
- Dr. Jim McCartin- Associate Professor and Director of Fordham Center on Religion and Culture
- Father Neil Connolly- Pastor at Saint Francis de Sales Catholic Church
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