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The vandalised statue of Archbishop Romero (CNS)

Archbishop Romero ‘is very much loved by a majority of Salvadorans, but hated by a small minority,’ says campaign group

A volunteer holds posters of killed Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Romero at a church in San Salvador (Photo: CNS)

Postulator says Benedict ‘unblocked’ the Cause two years ago

A statue of Archbishop Oscar Romero in San Salvador (CNS)

From the moment Archbishop Romero was killed it was seen by the people in the parishes of El Savador as martyrdom

Cardinal DiNardo and Archbishop Kurtz share a light moment at the US bishops' plenary meeting (CNS)

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Activists in Islamabad hold a banner deploring the couple's murder (AP)

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Pope Francis talks with students from different countries as part of the Scholas.Social project (PA) Below: Video report (CNS)

Francis answers questions from pupils on five continents via Google Hangouts

Spanish Father Antonio Rodriguez sits during a court hearing in San Salvador (CNS)

Passionist Father Antonio Rodriguez accused of various crimes regarding gang activities

A flag with an image of Romero carried in a march in San Salvador on the anniversary of his death (Photo: CNS)

Pope Francis assures delegation that Cause is proceeding well

Masked members of the 18th Street gang give a press conference inside the San Pedro Sula prison in Honduras (Photo: PA)

Honduran bishop brokers gang truce

Gang leaders plead to the people of Honduras for forgiveness

Pope Francis and President Mauricio Funes Cartagena of El Salvador inspect the reliquary (Photo: CNS)

President of El Salvador presents Pope with gift at Vatican meeting