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Archbishop Oscar Romero: Pastor and Martyr. Postulator, Biographer and Former Secretary of Salvadoran Prelate Discuss his Life and Service to the Church
Vatican City, (Zenit.org) Rocio Lancho Garcia. “I put my whole life under the loving providence of Jesus’ Heart and I accept my death with faith in Him, no matter how difficult it is. Nor do I want to give it an intention, as I would like, for peace in my country and for the flowering of our Church … because Christ’s Heart will give it the destiny He wishes. It is sufficient for me, to be happy and confident, to know with certainty that my life and death are in Him. And, my sins notwithstanding, I have put my trust in Him and I will not be disturbed and others will continue with more wisdom and holiness the works of the Church and of the Homeland.”