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The following are reflections from a session entitled "Collaborations in Latin America" which was presented by colleges and universities that are part of Association of Latin American Jesuit Universities (AUSJAL). The session was presented Dr. Fernando Fernandez Font, S.J., of Iberioamerican University in Puebla, Mexico
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ISN will provide the Livestream Feed supplied by the Vatican at this link. Coverage of the Encyclical press conference in Rome begins at 5 AM EASTERN TIME.
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Members of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’(USCCB) Committee on Migration, including those who celebrated Mass at the U.S.-Mexico border in Arizona April 1, will travel to Capitol Hill, May 29, to urge lawmakers in the House of Representatives to act on immigration reform legislation. A call-in day to U.S. House members coordinated by the USCCB Justice for Immigrants campaign will also take place.
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