A National Town Hall on Latinos & Catholic Education

Tuesday, October 30, 2018 | 5 p.m.

Join America Media & The Catholic University of America as we host a national town hall on the future of Latinos and Catholic Education in the United States. Speakers include Bishop Oscar Cantu, Coadjutor Bishop of San Jose; Veronica Alonzo, Ed.D., Associate Superintendent, Dallas Catholic Schools; Thomas Burnford, D.Min., President, National Catholic Educational Association, and Msgr. Michael Clay, Director of Pastoral Ministry Programs, The Catholic University of America. Moderated by Hosffman Ospino, Ph.D. 

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Location:

The Catholic University of America
Heritage Hall in Father O’Connell Hall
620 Michigan Avenue N.E.,
Washington, D.C. 20064

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