About Fátima Peña
Fátima Aracely Peña Fuentes is 19 years old and in her third year of pursuing a degree in Social Communication at the Central American University (UCA). She's from a small country in Central America called El Salvador (Monsignor Romero and Jesuit Martyr's country). When not in the classroom, she is an educational guide at Monsignor Romero Center and always trying to tell people all the story about our martyrs. For many years she has been interested in topics such as social justice and Liberation Theology that she has learned with the Jesuits.
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