Living still: March 2016 Newsletter 35 Years – the Living Legacy of the North American Churchwomen

35 Years – the Living Legacy of the North American Churchwomen       Hundreds attend a memorial celebration at the Ursuline Mother House on December 2, 2015   Jean Donovan’s daily diary from 1980 Aug. 7th highlight: “Ron [in Chaletango] has 23 children in his house to be evacuated.” August 18th highlight: “Ken came home […]

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September 2019 – COAR’s Foundation Day: August 15th

Celebrated at the Cathedral where St. Romero is Buried August 15th 1980 was the day that Fr. Ken Myers, working in El Salvador with the Cleveland Latin American Mission Team, brought the first child from a refugee camp to his parish in Zaragoza.  (Admittedly he decided the date in hindsight since he was responding to […]

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Watercolor original by: Marie Spaeder Haas

September 2019 – Executive Director’s Reflections & News from El Salvador

From the Peace Mission’s Executive Director By Mary K. Stevenson The idea is NOT the Hard Part, so Here’s to You, Dear Donor Dear Donor to COAR – Let me tell you how much you mean to me – to the children too, of course – but to them, by way of me.  Bill Gates […]

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