WATCH LIVE: Ignatian Family Teach-In 2016

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.











6pm Ignatian Network Speakers:

Dylan Brown – Being a Black Man in the Age of Police Brutality and Incarceration

Zahara Kazmi – Mercy in Action and Islam

Joan F. Neal, NETWORK - Policy Briefing: Criminal Justice

Keynote: Greg Boyle, S.J.


8:20pm Breakout Session: Optimism and Charity in Polarized Politics  - Kerry Weber and Ashley McKinless, America Media


9:30pm Prayer for the Jesuit Martyrs



8:30am Ignatian Network Speakers

Jorge Palacios Jr. – Mercy in Immigration: A Systematic Look at Context and Relationship Between the United States and México

Kevin Yonkers-Talz – Solidarity with El Salvador: Meeting the Victims, Falling in Love

Kristen Lionetti, Jesuit Conference - Policy Briefing: Immigration Reform

Keynote: Norma Pimentel, MJ


2:10pm Ignatian Network Speakers:

Jim Lund – Haloes and Handcuffs: How a Couple Saints Disrupted My Life

Council for Inclusion, Change and Equity – Seeking Justice at the Intersection of Mercy and Privilege

Sebastien Quach – Loving Unconditionally: Where Did We Go Wrong?


Keynote: Lisa Sharon Harper


Voices from the Margins Film Fest Winner


4:15pm Liturgy

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