La Verdad: A Witness to the Salvadoran Martyrs (2020)

La Verdad A Witness to the Salvadoran Martyrs Told through interviews a firsthand account of the killings of six Salvadoran Jesuits their housekeeper and her daughter and the witness s journey to the US with the translator s incisive evaluat
  • Title: La Verdad: A Witness to the Salvadoran Martyrs
  • Author: Lucia Cerna Mary Jo Ignoffo Jon Sobrino
  • ISBN: 9781626980730
  • Page: 401
  • Format: Paperback
  • Told through interviews, a firsthand account of the killings of six Salvadoran Jesuits, their housekeeper, and her daughter, and the witness s journey to the US, with the translator s incisive evaluation of politics, history, and the vagaries of the American immigration system.
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    One Reply to “La Verdad: A Witness to the Salvadoran Martyrs”

    1. An amazing description of the murder of six Jesuit priests and 2 women co workers in 1988 by an eye witness Lucia Cerna s treatment in El Salvador as well as when she first reached America is greatly distressing The US involvement, especially through the School of the Americas continues to be concerning.

    2. The book is about one woman s eyewitness to the murders of several Jesuit priests and two housekeepers in El Salvador on November 16, 1989 It is a harrowing account of the events and a personal story about making the choice to tell the truth in light of fierce opposition, abuse and brutality This is a tale of one woman s strength and virtuous behavior when almost everyone in power around her was anything but virtuous.The books chapters are divided into two parts the first a personal account of L [...]

    3. Wonderful storytelling, brilliant dual insight into El Salvador s war and America s historical involvement.

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