Articles for El Salvador

History of the AIC in San Miguel (El Salvador, Central America)

On December 28, 1928 the International Association of Charity in the city of San Miguel was established in the Hospital San Juan de Dios.

Formation with FAVISAL

The International Vincentian Family Office (VFO) wants to strengthen the efforts of the National Councils in the continuous training of all branches and members who make up the Vincentian Family in each one of our countries. On June 12, the Vincentian Family from El...

Sr. Louise Lears, SC visits El Salvador martyr site

Sr. Louise Lears doesn't know what she will experience in El Salvador — but she knows it will change her. She is part of a group of US women religious who look back on El Salvador martyrs, ahead to delegation to mark 35th anniversary Lears and 116 others are spending...

NY Times Retro Report on murder of nuns 35 year later

In 1980, the murder of four American churchwomen focused attention on the United States’ involvement in El Salvador. Nearly 35 years later, the case continues to take surprising turns.

March  17 – Act for El Salvador

March 17 – Act for El Salvador

Received from the Superior General ... As you may know, El Salvador is facing a major lawsuit under the foreign investor provisions of the U.S.-Dominican Republic/Central America Free Trade Agreement (DR-CAFTA). Pacific Rim Mining, a Canadian company that transferred...

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