Archbishop Oscar Romero
- British Province of Carmelites - Archbishop Oscar Romero
- Seven Sermons of Oscar Romero for Lent - These "sermons" are redactions of various passages from the homilies of Archbishop Oscar Romero, arranged as if they were "commentaries" on the seven Works of Justice and Peace, which is the mission statement of our Catholic Worker house.
- Profile of Archbishop Oscar Romero
- Oscar Romero Ink Drawing by Leo Hart - very large poster of Archbishop Romero with the following quote: "Before an order to kill that a man may give, the law of God must prevail that says: Thou shalt not kill! No soldier is obliged to obey an order against the law of God." You can click on the image to download a free high resolution version suitable for printing.
- Oscar Romero - St. Peter's Church, Nottingham, England on-line magazine
- The story of a martyr bishop - by Stefania Falasca
- Oscar Arnulfo Romero
- "On the Words of Oscar Romero"
- "Salvadorians remember slain cleric" - By Mike Lanchin BBC News
- Archbishop Oscar Romero Martyr of El Salvador: Meditation on the lectionary readings for the First Sunday of Advent
- The Church: called to repentance; called to prophesy - Salt of the Earth's remembrance of Archbishop Oscar Romero
- Remembering the Assassination of Archbishop Oscar Romero - March 24, 1980
- Archbishop Romero and Latin American Martyrs
- The Reluctant Conversion of Oscar Romero, Sojourners Magazine/March-April 2000 - Memories of the archbishop on the 20th anniversary of his assassination - by Carmen Chacon, Salvador Carranza, Juan Macho, Inocencio Alas, Carmen Elena Hernandez, Maria Isabel Figueroa, Jorge Lara-Braud.
- Biography of Oscar Romero
- Archbishop Oscar Romero - short biography
- Oscar Arnulfo Romero (1917-1980) - Archbishop and Martyr of San Salvador
- Catholicism, holiness and spirituality: The Prayer of Oscar Romero
- Página de Monseñor Romero - In Spanish
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