"It is a grace to read this book. Never have I felt so deeply the presence of these martyrs . . . . This book offers us all a chance for deeper conversion and renewed commitment to what these martyrs died for." -- Bishop Thomas J. Gumbleton
"Father Mulligan's narrative is a riveting account of the political injustices in El Salvador and the Jesuits' struggle to break the people free from oppression . . . . Mulligan's elegant prose serves as a poignant reminder of the tremendous sacrifice needed to achieve freedom and justice." -- U. S. Congressman John Joseph Moakley (D-MA)
"Father Mulligan has done an important service for the faith community by gathering together the anniversary events and the voices of those who bear in their hearts the meaning of the life and death of the UGA martyrs." -- Margaret Swedish and Lee Miller, Co-Directors: Religious Task Force on Central America
"This volume reports vividly on the turbulent politics of El Salvador as well as the awesome impact which the slaughter of the six Jesuits had on everyone. This is a compelling story which should be read on the fifth anniversary of the Jesuit Martyrs and on every anniversary thereafter. Father Mulligan's book will have a special meaning for everyone in the Jesuit family throughout the world." -- Robert F. Drinan, S.J.