The ministry of the Blessed Archbishop Romero is an inspiration of how to live out the Gospel in very challenging times.
‘Romero – Heartbeat of El Salvador’ is a new play by RISE Theatre in association with The Archbishop Romero Trust, looking at the life and legacy of a man who chose to challenge those in power and stand up for social justice. On March 24th 1980, San Salvador, El Salvador, during Mass at the chapel of the Hospital of Divine Providence Archbishop Oscar Romero was killed by a single bullet from an assassin. A modern day martyr created. A future saint in the making.
In 2017, the year that would have been Oscar Romero’s 100th birthday, we continue to draw much inspiration from his example.The true story of Oscar Romero and the people of El Salvador is brought to life with explosive energy and passion from the RISE theatre team, accompanied by an original sound track from James Joshua Otto and inspiring graffiti set design by Gage Graphics.
Love is a heartbeat…
You are invited to come and share his story in this very moving play Romero: Heartbeat of El Salvador at St John’s Cathedral on Saturday 18th November produced by Rise theatre company in association with Romero Trust – you can book tickets here or from the Cathedral Discovery Centre. Please support this event by booking your tickets now and publicise it as widely as possible.
This event is organised by our Diocesan Justice Peace and Social Responsibility Team. You can find out more about their work and read their November newsletter on their website.
Tickets at a special reduced price of £5 for adults, £2 for under 18s available CDC, on line or call Maureen 01243 377411