Oscar Romero, the late Archbishop of San Salvador, will be beatified on Saturday. Beatification is the last stage before sainthood, and the ceremony marks an end to one of the most divisive debates in Catholicism in the past 35 years.
The church and El Salvador have been deeply divided over Romero, who identified with the poor and spoke out against El Salvador's brutal right-wing military regime.
He was assassinated in 1980, shot in the heart while he was saying mass.
This segment aired on May 22, 2015.