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Archbishop Romero and Spiritual Leadership in the Modern World

Archbishop Romero and Spiritual Leadership in the Modern World

Robert Pelton Claudia Bernardi Michael Connors Carlos Sanchez Fabio Colorado Julian Filochowski David B. Perrin Damian Zynda Mauro Pando Margaret R. Pfeil Ricardo Urioste Gustavo GutiƩrrez Michael E. Lee Thomas M. Kelly Robert Ellsberg Sister Pat Farrell
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Archbishop Romero and Spiritual Leadership in the Modern World presents a contemporary and integrated understanding of one of the most remarkable pastoral leaders of our time. This bishop, Oscar Romero of El Salvador, experienced deeply the overwhelming sufferings of the Salvadoran people, as well as those within himself. He cried out in vain to Presidents Carter and Reagan, "no more arms to El Salvador," but his pleas were not heard at that time. Knowing that he would soon be murdered, Romero promised that he would rise again in the Salvadoran people. This book illustrates how this is happening and conclusively demonstrates that by respecting transparency and with dogged perseverance, a nonviolent public leader can become an influential leader, even in times of the most savage repression and marginalization. Archbishop Romero accomplished precisely that through determination, courage, and honing his public skills, while simultaneously conducting himself in deeply spiritual ways.
Pages
192
Format
Hardcover
Publisher
Lexington Books
Release
June 09, 2015
ISBN
1498509517
ISBN 13
9781498509510
Archbishop Romero and Spiritual Leadership in the Modern World presents a contemporary and integrated understanding of one of the most remarkable pastoral leaders of our time. This bishop, Oscar Romero of El Salvador, experienced deeply the overwhelming sufferings of the Salvadoran people, as well as those within himself. He cried out in vain to Presidents Carter and Reagan, "no more arms to El Salvador," but his pleas were not heard at that time. Knowing that he would soon be murdered, Romero promised that he would rise again in the Salvadoran people. This book illustrates how this is happening and conclusively demonstrates that by respecting transparency and with dogged perseverance, a nonviolent public leader can become an influential leader, even in times of the most savage repression and marginalization. Archbishop Romero accomplished precisely that through determination, courage, and honing his public skills, while simultaneously conducting himself in deeply spiritual ways.
Pages
192
Format
Hardcover
Publisher
Lexington Books
Release
June 09, 2015
ISBN
1498509517
ISBN 13
9781498509510

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