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 I want to personally welcome you to Saint Romero of America Ministries (SRA Ministries), a wonderful place where faith and community action share a common ground, and come together to serve all people, because each and every person is deeply loved by God.


Under the patronage of San Romero de las Americas, our Saint Romero of America Ministries is inspired to continue with the life and the mission of the former Salvadoran Archbishop Monsignor Oscar Arnulfo Romero, who was raised to the altars in holiness because of his constant dedication to those in most need. We want to follow in his footsteps and empower every person we come in touch with so that they too can aspire for a better tomorrow.


SRA Ministries is affiliated with the United American Catholic Church. The UACC supports our ministry and helps us maintain our mission and vision


We are constantly seeking to create partnerships within the community with various organizations. Feel free to contact us if you want to partner with us as a donor or as a partnering organization. We are also constantly seeking volunteers to become a part of this wonderful organization. Get in touch with us and be one of us.


May God bless you! ¡Dios te Bendiga!

Rev. Angel Del Rio

Capture the Beauty of inclusiveness and togetherness

Saint Romero of America Ministries (SRA Ministries) does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), citizenship, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, hiring and firing of staff, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our staff, clients, volunteers, subcontractors, vendors, and clients.

Adopted by the Board of Directors on May15, 2021.

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Who Was Monsignor Romero?

Saint Óscar Arnulfo Romero y Galdámez was a Salvadoran Roman Catholic archbishop who was a vocal critic of the violent activities of government armed forces, right-wing groups, and leftist guerrillas involved in El Salvador’s civil conflict.


His unreserved advocacy for human rights made him a hero to many, and he was nominated for the 1979 Nobel Prize for Peace by a number of U.S. congressmen and 118 members of the British Parliament. The following year Romero was assassinated at the hands of an unknown assailant while celebrating the Eucharist. 


Over the years we, at Saint Romero of America Ministries, have strived to follow in the footsteps of the Salvadoran martyr archbishop, for his activist work for human rights and his desire to help those most in need. From this trajectory, five aspects have remained constant: our activities based on the biblical and theological foundations of Catholic social teaching, our support for individuals and families, the participation of volunteers, the critical role of donors and philanthropic organizations and our ability to adapt to the changing needs of our community through a wide range of services for the poor and vulnerable in an including way.


Saint Romero of America,

Pray for us!



Born August 15, 1917, Ciudad Barrios, El Salvador— died March 24, 1980, San Salvador; beatified May 23, 2015; canonized October 14, 2018; feast day March 24.

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Beatification Procession

A procession during the beatification of Archbishop Óscar Romero in San Salvador, El Salvador, on May 23, 2015.

Presidencia El Salvador.


Mission of
Saint Romero of America Ministries

To become the voice-in-action for individuals and families in most need through community services, advocacy, community networking, and advancement in education.



Eradicate the needs associated with the different commissions that serve the community through the ministries of Saint Romero of America Ministries, thus offering services that will remain as a legacy of empowerment by bringing a better quality of life, educational, physical, mental, emotional, economic, and professional opportunities. We will also celebrate and honor multi-cultural settings, inclusion, and diversity, and will advocate for the promotion of human rights and social justice.

This vision will be carried out by:

Offering attentive, professional and quality services, including those requiring specialized training, to families, individuals and communities with needs that are not met by the local community.

Expanding programs and services throughout the territory and collaborating with other agencies and organizations that share our mission and objectives to better address unmet needs.

Developing campaigns to acquire funds and other resources to support the mission and implement the vision of SRA Ministries.

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