In the movie ?Romero? the peoples right to worship God is violently taken away from them. This can be seen when Romero is elected archbishop of El Salvador and is attending a fancy party in his honor. While this is happening, a priest, and friend of Romero, is giving the sacrament of Christ to his people in the center of their town. While the people receive the sacrament music is playing and people are happy and rejoicing. This joyous celebration is soon silenced by an army of soldiers who come into the town to bring an end to church services. The people, helpless and unarmed, run in panic as the soldiers open fire upon them.
Another violation of the worship of God can be seen when Romero arrives at a church that has been turned into an army barracks. Romero walks in to the church and announces to the soldiers that he has come to remove the Blessed Sacrament of Christ. A hotheaded soldier responds to Romero?s request by unloading a round of bullets into the tabernacle, which shatters the crucifix hanging above the altar. Romero stands astonished and unbelieving by the utter desecration that
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