Defend the lowly and the fatherless, render justice to the afflicted and needy. Rescue the lowly and poor, deliver them from the hand of the wicked. Psalm 82, 3-4

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Volume IV #1 + The world will be saved by Beauty + Lent 2005 + Internet Edition

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Ten reasons why Romero is important, 25 years after his death, cover story, by Carlos Colorado, moderator of .

Letter of Romero to President Carter , by Oscar Romero

Seven Sermons of Oscar Romero for Lent, redactions of quotes from Romero sermons, arranged as though they were a commentary on the Works of Justice and Peace.

The View from NW 21st Street, out and about, what's been happening.

We grieve all violence, Art and Maryann Mertens Let's all go down to the Damascus Road, by Rev. Lance Schmitz Lies people tell about the minimum wage, Robert Waldrop

Does the end justify the means?, On US foreign policy and the Christian gospel, with a few thoughts about the US bishops and the people of Iraq and Afghanistan. By Robert Waldrop Daily Prayers in Time of War No Greater Love, a morning prayer in remembrance of Oscar Romero of El Salvador. This service will be prayed on March 24, 2005, at the Chapel at Resurrection Cemetery in Oklahoma City, 9 AM.

Http:// The 2005 St. Joseph's Table at Epiphany Church

You are cordially invited to

A Mass of Thanksgiving and Remembrance in honor of

Archbishop Oscar Romero

In observance of the 25th anniversary of his martyrdom, March 24, 1980

Saturday, April 16, 2005, 10 AM, Epiphany Church

A Banquet for the Poor

Saturday, April 16, 2005, 12 Noon, Epiphany Church

Volunteers are needed to (1) Help prepare the meal and clean up afterwards, (2) Provide transportation for the poor to and from the banquet, (3) Priests and deacons are invited to participate in the Mass, (4) Lectors, ushers, musicians, and Eucharistic ministers for the Mass. Please contact Bob Waldrop as soon as possible with your volunteer commitment. Call us at 405-613-4688, or email at

The Voice of Romero Still Speaks Truth and Love to Power, Comforting the Afflicted, and Afflicting the Comfortable!

The Oklahoma City Catholic Worker newspaper is published irregularly by the Oscar Romero Catholic Worker House, 1524 NW 21st, Oklahoma City, OK 73106, 405-557-0436. Robert Waldrop, editor. It is sent free to all who request it. | | | | | | |