Friday, October 19, 2018

#FlashbackFriday!

Las calles empedradas de la Ciudad Eterna. Foto de «Súper Martyrio».

The L.A. Times reported that “the bright blue sky filled with cottonlike clouds.”  Here is what they were talking about. «Super Martyrio» photo.

Antes de la ceremonia, el Cardenal Gregorio Rosa Chávez inspecciona el altar al aire libre en la Plaza de San Pedro donde su maestro sería canonizado.  Foto de «Súper Martyrio».

Attendees included people who had known Romero, such as Roberto Cuellar seen here, a prominent Salvadoran human rights attorney who worked in Romero's Legal Aid Office.  «Super Martyrio» photo.

Después de la ceremonia, el Papa pasó a saludar a varios de los prelados presentes, como el Cardenal Luis Francisco Ladaria Ferrer, colega jesuita y Prefecto de la Congregación para la Doctrina de la Fe. Foto de «Súper Martyrio».

According to news reports, the crowd in attendance was estimated to have been 70,000 strong.  «Super Martyrio» photo.

Francisco hace el acostumbrado recorrido a papamóbil alrededor de la Plaza. Foto de «Súper Martyrio».

The Monday after the canonizations, Francis received the visiting Salvadorans (somewhere between 3,000 - 5,000) in a special audience at the Paul VI Hall in the Vatican.  «Super Martyrio» photo.

On Wednesday, Pope Francis held his weekly General Audience.  Although the seven icons of the new saints were kept up for the 10:00 a.m. audience, Romero, Paul VI and Francesco Spinelli were gone later that day. «Super Martyrio» photo.

Via della Conciliazione, que desemboca a la entrada del Vaticano. En el libro “Piezas Para Un Retrato”, Mons. Romero platica de noche con César Jerez en este lugar, reflexionando sobre la evolucion de su pensamiento, y dice la famosa frase, “en Santiago de María me topé con la miseria”. Foto de «Súper Martyrio».

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