Healthy cooking, keeping memory of El Salvador martyrs remains main passion of the 'other' Dorothy Kazel
The name Dorothy Kazel will certainly resonate with Cleveland Catholics. An Ursuline Sister from Cleveland, Kazel was one of four American missionary women, three religious sisters and one laywoman murdered in El Salvador in 1980 by Salvadoran troops.
Today's cook is also Dorothy Kazel, Sister Dorothy's sister-in-law and childhood friend. Nearly 32 years after the horrifying phone call that informed them of the tragedy, Kazel, her husband Jim and other family members continue their efforts to keep alive the memory of Sister Dorothy and her sisters, and the tremendous compassion for which they gave their lives.
But for Kazel, memories of Dorothy go back to their childhood days growing up in Cleveland's Lithuanian neighborhood.
COURTESY DOROTHY KAZEL
Dorothy Kazel, sister-in-law and close childhood friend of El Salvadoran martyr Ursuline Sister Dorothy Kazel, is passionate about helping others take care of their physical and spiritual health. CLICK HERE to read the complete Universe Bulletin article.
Mon, June 11, 2012
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