The Church in America: A Conversation on Immigration

Church In America

December 11, 2018 | 9 a.m.

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Join America Media and The Mexican American Catholic College in San Antonio, Tex. as we host a conversation on immigration and the future of the American Catholic Church. The keynote will be delivered by Archbishop Gustavo Garcia-Siller, Archbishop of San Antonio.

Respondents include Sr. Norma Pimentel, M.J., Executive Director of Catholic Charities for the Rio Grande Region, and Fr. Sean Carroll, S.J., Executive Director of the Kino Border Initiative in Nogales, AZ.

Mass will immediately follow the discussion in the chapel of Assumption Seminary.

Location:

The Mexican American Catholic College
3115 W. Ashby Pl., 
San Antonio, T.X. 78228
 

This event is free and open to the public.



RSVP's (required) may be emailed to events@americamedia.org
 

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Tom Cashman
1 year 6 months ago

Any chance you can livestream this program?

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