Zoom Webinar on Mon. Nov. 16, 2020
7 p.m. ETZ: Joe Mulligan, S.J. on the Martyrs
8 p.m. ETZ: Padre Melo, S.J. and others
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Our two featured speakers are Joseph Mulligan, S.J. from Nicaragua (who will speak on the significance of the recent convictions in Spain of the Jesuits’ killers) and “Padre Melo” Ismael Moreno, S.J. of Honduras (who will speak on his new social justice project “Vamos a la Milpa”). Other guests will be Amy Argenal, who teaches Global Migration, Human Rights, and Critical Diversity Studies at University of San Francisco, and Jose Artiga, Director of SHARE El Salvador. We will also have a dramatic reading of the words of the UCA Martyrs, prepared by Mary Anne Perrone and performed by University of Detroit Mercy community members. Sponsored by the Carney Latin American Solidarity Archive (CLASA), co-sponsored by the Office of Mission Integration, Dept. of Language and Cultural Training, the International Services Office (all at University of Detroit Mercy) and the Latin America Caucus of Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice. For more information contact CLASA director Gail Presbey at firstname.lastname@example.org or 313-993-1124. Check the CLASA website for more info including our color flyer.
Abbie Amico lives in the Boston area and works as a guidance and social/emotional counselor at Notre Dame Cristo Rey High School in Lawrence, Massachusetts. Prior to accepting this position she attended Saint Louis University, where she studied theology, and Boston College, where she received her master’s degree in theology and social work.