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Romero Days 2016Romero Days 2016

Thursday, March 31st

5:15 pm: Mass to Commemorate the Death of Blessed Archbishop Óscar Romero
Basilica of the Sacred Heart

Presider
Rev. Mark DeMott, CSC
Homilist
Rev. Robert Pelton, CSC
With
Coro Primavera


Friday, April 1, 2016

The Catholic Martyrs of the War in El Salvador
Hesburgh Center for International Studies Auditorium

Friday events are free but require registration. Click here to register.

3:30-4:30 pm: The Witness and Legacy of Sr. Dorothy Kazel, OSU
The moderator and panelists are members of the Ursuline Sisters of Cleveland, as was Sr. Dorothy Kazel.

Moderator
Sr. Maureen Doyle, OSU
Panelists
Sr. Martha Owen, OSU
Sr. Rose Elizabeth Terrell, OSU
Sr. Roberta Goebel, OSU
Sr. Sheila Marie Tobbe, OSU

5:00-6:30 pm: The Witness and Legacy of Blessed Archbishop Óscar Romero

Moderator
Todd Walatka, University of Notre Dame (Theology)
Panelists
Margaret Pfeil, University of Notre Dame (Theology)
José Inocencio Alas, Foundation for Sustainability and Peacemaking in Mesoamerica
Rev. Robert Pelton, CSC, University of Notre Dame (Theology, Emeritus)

Closing Remarks
J. Matthew Ashley, University of Notre Dame (Theology)

Dinner to follow

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