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Christianity needs bishops who speak up against oppression | @guardianletters | World news |
Statue of Oscar Romero, the archbishop assassinated in El Salvador in 1980, over the Great West Door of London’s Westminster Abbey. ‘The “poor church of the poor” will have to be rehabilitated,’ writes the Rt Rev Peter B Price. Photograph: AP/John Stillwell

With reference to your editorial (Pope Francis and liberation theology: Second coming, 25 August), the decision to put in process the beatification of Oscar Romero is considered by many to be overdue. I suspect, however, that in many ways Romero would echo the sentiment of Dorothy Day, founder of th…

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