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    Camilo Torres Restrepo


    Camilo Torres

    Father Camilo Torres Restrepo (born in Bogotá, Colombia on 3 February 1929 – died in Santander on 15 February 1966) was a Colombian socialist, Roman Catholic priest, a predecessor of liberation theology and a member of the National Liberation Army (ELN) guerrilla organisation. During his life, he tried to reconcile revolutionary Marxism and Catholicism.

    Camilo Torres (center, looking sideways) marching with students

    As part of the academic staff of the National University of Colombia, he was a co-founder of the Sociology Faculty together with Orlando Fals Borda in 1960. His involvement in several student and political movements during the time won him a large following as well as many detractors, specially from the Colombian government and the church itself. Due to the growing pressure to back down from his radical politics, Camilo Torres saw himself persecuted and went into hiding (leaving his job as an academic) by joining the guerrillas in Colombia. He served as a low-ranking member of the ELN to whom he also provided spiritual assistance and inspiration from a Marxist-Christian point of view. He was killed in his first combat experience, when the ELN ambushed a Colombian Military patrol.[1] After his death, Camilo Torres was made an official martyr of the ELN.

    He is perhaps best known for the quote: "If Jesus were alive today, He would be a guerrillero."[2]

    In the Revolutionary Command Camilo Torres.

    In New York City, San Romero of the Americas Church-UCC has founded the Camilo Torres Project in 2009. This project works for social justice and peace for the people of the Washington Heights community.


    Camilo Torres with Colombian Peasants

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    Camilo Torres Restrepo References


    1. ^ SDS Regional Newsletter, Mar. 8, 1966, Vol. 1, no. 8 [1] Winter 1966 MFU Catalog [2]
    2. ^ Spanish article including, "si Jesús viviera, sería guerrillero."[dead link]

    (1) http://www.jorgeorlandomelo.com/camilo_torres.htm


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