If you get a chance listen this weekend to my interview on NPR’s Latino USA on the 30th anniversary of Archbishop Romero’s assassination. It was a wonderful conversation with host Maria Hinojosa and theologian Ernesto Valiente on Romero’s legacy and also the current state of liberation theology. It was fun to have the radio tech come to the Sojourners office and set up the recording equipment for the phone interview. I was nervous about it — but Maria was lovely and put both Ernesto and I at ease. I’m grateful to my friend Sean Collins for helping arrange the whole thing.
You can listen to the interview from the LatinoUSA Web site or check your local NPR listings to hear it on the radio.
Sojourners Magazine Listen to Sojourners associate editor Rose Marie Berger and theologian Ernesto Valiente speak with NPR’s Latino USA about El Salvador’s Archbishop Oscar Romero and the current state of liberation theology: http://su.pr/2iI0rd