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Building Your Toolbox for Justice: Immigration 301

February 1, 10am-12pm, McKenna Hall

Did you know that Holy Trinity is sponsoring individuals and a family from Nicaragua and Honduras? That some of our tithe money addresses the root causes of migration? That there is a place for you at this table of support for the migrants among us? Join Holy Trinity's Migrant Support Team and special guests. Hear the wisdom of the migrants among us, learn what Holy Trinity has been and will be doing to support newcomers to the United States, and discover the surprising things YOU - whether you're single, married, with/without children - can do occasionally, once, or on an ongoing basis to make a difference. RSVP

A Dialogue with Members of the Global Ignatian Advocacy Network

February 5, 6:30pm, McKenna Hall

Join seven migration practitioners working around the world to discuss the global state of migration, how the Society of Jesus is engaged in these issues, and what challenges we face as a global network. Participants include: Kim Min, S.J., Coordinator for the Migration Network at the Jesuit Conference of Asia Pacific and the Communications Officer for the Korean Province; Alberto Ares, S.J.,  Director of the Institute for the Study of Migration at Comillas Pontifical University in Madrid and Deputy Coordinator of Jesuit Migration Services in Spain; Rampeoane Hlobo S.J.,  Former Country Director of Jesuit Refugee Services South Africa; Javier Cortegoso Lobato, Coordinator of the Jesuit Migration Network of Latin America; Valeria Mendez de Vigo, Network, Advocacy and Communication Coordinator for the Secretariat of Social Justice and Ecology; Martin Puthussery, S.J., Coordinator of Labor & Migration Unit at the Indian Social Institute in Bangalore, India; Aloysious Mowe, S.J., Deputy International Director of Jesuit Refugee Services and the Director of Advocacy and Communications at the JRS international office in Rome. RSVP

 

Jesuit Encuentro Program

April 2-6, Deadline for sign-up is February 15

This trip is an opportunity to dive deeper into the challenges faced by migrants on both sides of the border, the impact of US policies on those working and living in El Paso, and the work of the churches, individuals and organizations to live a faith that does justice. This trip prepares participants to put their learning into action when they return to DC. Participants must be over 18. Space is limited. Please contact Margie Legowski at margielegowski@gmail.com for more information and an application.