Tag Archives: El Salvador

Salvadoran and Kansas City parishes share longstanding sister relationships

Often when recalling an event, we realize it started a chain of events in our own lives.

U.S. martyrs in El Salvador met terror with love, faith

Afraid? They were absolutely terrified, said Marie Dennis, co-president of Pax Christi International.

Local organization will help Third World families access clean water

Here in northwest Missouri as in most developed countries, a glass of clean water is taken for granted.

Artist brings slain Jesuits back to life

Martyrs and saints inspire Mary Pimmel-Freeman.

Unbound sponsorship teaches responsibility and caring

Ataco is a picturesque town located in the Apaneca Mountains not far from the Guatemalan border.

Mothers Groups help support families, communities

The mountainside village was surrounded by coffee plantations and sugar cane fields.

Life near a cemetery, with chickens

Community Manuel II lies in an abandoned rail yard and some houses straddle the tracks.

Building strong Salvadoran families, communities and individuals

El Salvador, the smallest country in Central America, is about the size of Massachusetts.

Priests’ donations build a home for family in El Salvador

“Miracle” might be one way to explain it.

Saturday
October 21, 2017
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph