A friend of Archbishop Romero who was there when he was assassinated in 1980. We met this lady on the orientation tour with the University of Indiana Medical Student delegation. With Pope Francis, we all hope Romero will soon achieve his place in history. Photographer: Eve Faulkes
A remnant of the village destruction during the civil war on a black beach of El Salvador. Flotsam and jetsam have more meaning in a country reminded of tragedy. Photographer: Eve Faulkes
Papayas and strawberries in San Salvador were for sale outside the Museum of Words and images. Lit like jewels, the aroma can't be captured in the photo. Photographer: Eve Faulkes
Five gallons of concrete at a time lifted in brigade style to fill forms with rebar to build the El Roble School. Delegations sifted sand, mixed concrete, and handed off to the Salvadorans for the heavy lifting. Photographer: Eve Faulkes
Squares of metal formed by delegation students awaiting being tied to rebar to create the structure for concrete posts for the El Roble School. Many hands working together were trained by the Salvadorans. The school will open soon after being destroyed in 1983.