Catholic Social Teaching tells us that it is our “duty to welcome the foreigner out of charity and respect for the dignity and rights of the human person.” Through our “Campaign for Hospitality,” the Ignatian Solidarity Network joins Pope Francis, as well as our Jesuit and other Catholic partners in creating a culture that seeks to welcome, protect, promote, and integrate immigrant persons into our communities.
June 15-18 2021
Connect with fellow students, hear from people impacted by the issues and experts in the field, develop organizing skills, and plan for action during the school year.
Over 11 million people in the U.S. remain undocumented without a pathway to legal status, and many others face obstacles to attaining or maintaining legal status. Legislation like U.S. Citizenship Act (S.348), Dream Act (S.264), SECURE Act (S.306), and Citizenship for Essential Workers Act (S.747) will all create a pathway to citizenship and recognize them as the Americans they are.
Join us for Igantian Family Advocacy Month where we will come together to advocate for more humane migration and environmental policies.
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Ignatian Solidarity Network
1 John Carroll Blvd.
University Heights, OH 44118