La Caja de Pandora: Las hermanas Maryknoll: ¡Presentes!
Elisabeth Leseur - French laywoman and wife- spiritual companion to many people in France- she offered her life for the conversion of her husband who was an athieist-Suffered from breast cancer- After her death her husband converted to Catholicism and became a Dominican priest- He studied his wife's spiritual writings and had them published- He gave hundreds of talks about her spirituality- Bishop Fulton J. Sheen spoke about her on his TV show
Sister Maura Clarke -Maryknoll missionary- worked with the poor and with refugees- murdered in 1980 by military death squad in El Salvador
Estas son algunas de las mujeres alemanas consideradas criminales de guerra, formaban parte del personal femenino en los campos de concentración. Ils...
Jean Donovan - lay person, volunteer missionary with Maryknoll- worked with the poor and with refugees- murdered in 1980 by military death Squad in El Salvador
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Sister Dorothy Kazel, O.S.U. (June 30, 1939 – December 2, 1980), was an American Ursuline Religious Sister and missionary to El Salvador. On December 2, 1980, she and fellow missionaries, Maryknoll Sisters Ita Ford, Maura Clarke and laywoman Jean Donovan were raped and murdered by U.S. trained members of the military of El Salvador.
Sister Ita Ford, M.M. (4/23/1940 - 12/2/1980) American Roman Catholic Maryknoll Sister who served as a missionary in Bolivia, Chile and El Salvador. She worked with the poor and war refugees. On Dec. 2, 1980, she was tortured, raped, and murdered, along with fellow missionaries Sister Maura Clarke, M.M., laywoman Jean Donovan, and Sister Dorothy Kazel, O.S.U. They were killed in El Salvador by U.S. trained members of a military death squad of the right-wing Salvadoran military-led…
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Today marks the 35th anniversary of the martyrdom of four U.S. church women who were assassinated in El Salvador on December 2, 1980. Maura Clarke, Ita Ford, Dorothy Kazel, and Jean Donovan: two Maryknoll sisters, one Ursuline nun, and a young lay person.