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Two Jesuit parishes in San Francisco have launched a project sending volunteers to El Paso’s Annunciation House, an organization that has sheltered migrants for more than 40 years.
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The Summit provides an opportunity to share best practices and to network to develop ethical and holistic immersion program experiences.
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"You want me to teach you?" said Anthony as I asked him to show me how to make origami in his fourth grade classroom. Just after school let out, while many of my peers just started vacationing, ten other classmates from Saint Ignatius College Prep and I had traveled across the country to East Los Angeles to spend a week living among the community of Boyle Heights.