On the thirtieth anniversary of Pope John Paul II’s letter ‘on the role of the Christian Family in the Modern World’, Michael Campbell-Johnston SJ reflects on the understanding of love offered in Familiaris Consortio.
Using Romero’s own words, Michael Campbell-Johnston SJ gives an account of the martyr’s life. How did a formerly conservative priest rediscover his roots to become a champion of the oppressed?
Michael Campbell-Johnston SJ, who worked with many of the El Salvador martyrs, tells their stories and gives an insight into the Church teaching that lay behind their deep commitment to justice.
This book chronicles part of the journey of the Catholic Church amidst the turmoil of a changing global society and the work for social justice of the Society of Jesus.
The beatification of Cardinal John Henry Newman gave Fr Michael Campbell-Johnston SJ occasion to compare him to another inspiring figure in recent Church history – Oscar Romero.
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