1. Just made this, a homage to Latin American liberation theology. Aníbal Sampayo is a well-known Uruguayan leftist musician, best known for his revolutionary folk songs in the 60s-80s. This poem can be found on his 1971 album, Hacia la Aurora. Camilo Torres, much more widely known, was a Catholic priest in Colombia who went underground and joined the ELN, one of Colombia’s guerrilla armies; he was killed in battle shortly thereafter, but became somewhat of a legend among Catholic radicals in the region.

     
  2. Liberation theology / teologia de la liberacion.

    (Source: cartasliberales.blogspot.com)

     

  3. "Padre nuestro que estás en la América, revolucionario sea tu nombre. Vénganos en tu trinchera y hágase tu voluntad, así en la selva como en el llano. Las balas nuestras de cada día dánoslas hoy y perdónanos la deuda con tu sangre, así como nosotros no perdonaremos a nuestros opresores. No nos dejes caer en la emboscada, más libranos del imperialismo yanqui. Amén."
    — Anibal Sampayo, Oracion a Camilo Torres
     
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