During a lull in meetings yesterday some of us drove into San Salvador’s historic center for some sightseeing. Our first stop was the main plaza, where the country’s most famous cathedral is. In the belly of the building is a vast room that holds the tomb of Archbishop Oscar Romero, who is just a few steps away from being beatified by the Vatican. Romero was an outspoken critic of the violence being perpetrated by the military in El Salvador during the 1980s and was killed while delivering a sermon. Now, people go there to pray on his tomb, which looks like a sarcophagus. Upstairs, giant murals of Monsieur Romero, as he’s known, adorn the pulpit.