St Oscar Romero, Archbishop of San Salvador from 1977 to 1980 was assassinated for speaking out about human rights violation in his country. He was a peacemaker who sacrificed his life by standing up to injustice. A Diocesan Shrine to this modern-day saint resides within St George's Cathedral and he continues to inspire and motivate the work of Southwark JPIC.
A recording of the Mass to celebrate his 104th birthday in August 2021 can be viewed here:
You can find our more about the Romero Shrine in St George's Cathedral, Southwark in our Southwark Shrines section.
Photos from the March 2021 Southwark Mass to Install Guardians of the Romero Shrine can be found here: Installation of Romero Shrine Guardians