WATCH LIVE: Ignatian Family Teach-In 2015

The Ignatian Family Teach-In is the largest annual Catholic social justice conference in the U.S., and America Media is partnering with the Ignatian Solidarity Network to bring you a LIVE STREAM of the weekend's events. This Saturday and Sunday, November 7 & 8, you can watch all mainstage events right here. A tentative webcast schedule is below. For more info about the Teach-In, visit the official website.

 

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7

6pm Ignatian Network Speakers:

Carroll Ballers – On the Courts, Off the Streets
Brendan Underwood – My Awakening to Racial Issues and Social Justice
Richard Malloy, S.J. – Let’s Build Bridges, Not Walls

Keynote: Helen Prejean, C.S.J.

8:20pm Breakout Session: James Martin, S.J.

9:30pm Prayer for the Jesuit Martyrs

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8

8:30am Ignatian Network Speakers
Jane Barry – Widening Our Embrace: A Call From LGBTQ Catholics and Allies
Sheryl Davis – I Am a Community Engineer
Jorge Tello – Pope Francis and the Kino Teens

Keynote: Maureen O’Connell

2:10pm Ignatian Network Speakers:
Sofia Vega and Joselyn Meza Avendaño – Breaking Social Classes
Angela Owczarek – The Other Side of Bridges, As Taught to Me by the I-10 and I-66

Voices from the Margins Film Contest Winner:
Nico Sandi – Stones

Keynote: Rudy López

7:45pm Liturgy

 

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