WATCH | Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice 2017

This weekend America partnered with the Ignatian Solidarity Network to bring you a LIVE STREAM of the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice, the largest annual Catholic social justice gathering in the United States. You can watch all mainstage events right here.

Saturday, November 4

4:30 PM ET — Young Alumni Happy Hour Q&A with Sister Simone Campbell, S.S.S., emceed by James Martin, S.J.

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7:10 PM ET — Keynote: Father Bryan Massingale

8:20 PM ET — Large Scale Breakout: James Martin, S.J.

9:30 PM ET — Prayer for the Jesuit Martyrs

Sunday, November 5

9:35AM ET — Keynote: Sister Patricia Chappell, SNDdeN

1:10 PM ET — Live (jesuit)ical Recording

3:00PM ET — Keynote: Maria Stephan

4:20PM ET — Liturgy with Father Mark Ravizza

Full schedule of events available here

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