The murder of four U.S. church-women in El Salvador in 1980 was one of the defining events of its time - an act of brutality, and at the time a singular witness to the power of the Cross. 25 years later, Jeanne Evans has compiled the writings of one of these women, Ita Ford, a Maryknoll Sister and native of New York.Evans, Jeanne is the author of 'Here I Am, Lord The Letters And Writings of Ita Ford', published 2005 under ISBN 9781570756054 and ISBN 1570756058.
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