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Mexican American Catholic College hosts immigration conference

 

Immigration Symposium, Oct. 19-20, 2011, San Antonio, Texas.

The office of Continuing Education for Ministry at MACC -- Mexican American Catholic College in San Antonio, Texas, is holding an important immigration symposium October 19-20 with the title "Violence on the Border: Consequences and Pastoral Responses"

Bishop Daniel Flores, diocese of Brownsville, Texas, will deliver the keynote. Discussion topics include:

 


  • How are communities of faith responding?

  • What needs to be done to bring peace to the border?

  • The Relationship between violence and immigration.

 


For more information or to download the program and registration forms:

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