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Since I preached about the four martyred church women in El Salvador, The New York Times published a story that gives the full picture of how those long ago events still reverberate today. “MS-13, Trump, and America’s Stake in El Salvador’s GangWar: U.S. investment is guiding the fight to contain the violence in El Salvador, … More Four Martyred Church Women in El Salvador