Monsignor Oscar Arnulfo Romero, better known as Monseñor Romero, was an outstanding character at the end of the 1970s when yield started the civil war in El Salvador. His position as Bishop of San Salvador served to denounce many of the injustices being committed at that time against persons of the poorer classes.
Romero was killed on March 24, 1980 while it officiating a mass. His words were present in those who heard his Homilies, where he announced that he had to be equal for all people regardless of their social class. Monsignor Romero was one of the martyrs who left the war in our country, in the 1980s.
Currently a process is carried out for his beatification; many call San Romero de América, by the example I gave in the struggle for a more just society.