This would never have been heard in the 1980s. In fact, having images of Romero would often make you suspect by the Salvadoran military. But here, Romero's voice was present in the streets of San Salvador.
A little after two o'clock,I entered the crypt and found a group of Salvadorans around the tomb, with a few people from the Romero Foundation.
One woman spoke of her suffering and a man sang what I think was his composition on Romero: a martyr of faith, a martyr of love, defending the poor.
I stayed and prayed - surrounded by God's people, the poor.
Romero is present here.