November 22, 2017

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God’s Call: The Border with Mexico

Every year, thousands of migrant men, women, and children are deported to Nogales, Sonora, Mexico. They often arrive with only the clothes on their backs and a small plastic bag that contains their belongings. Many times, they do not know where to turn to receive a meal, find shelter or make a phone call. They arrive emotionally and psychologically devastated, separated from their loved ones and unable to visit or work legally in the United States.

Fr. Sean Carroll, S.J., Executive Director of the Kino Border Initiative, comes to San Diego to share the work of KBI, speak on the current immigration crisis and need for reform, and suggest how San Diegans might respond to God’s call to uphold the dignity of the human person and the sacredness of human life with people on our borders.

As the executive director of KBI, a bi-national humanitarian ministry of the Society of Jesus, Fr. Carroll works to aid deported migrants who pass through the KBI’s Aid Center and through Nazareth House, KBI’s shelter for migrant women and children.  Aside from running KBI, Fr. Sean has testified in front of Congress and has worked tirelessly for comprehensive immigration reform.

The University of San Diego and the Ignatian Volunteer Corps-San Diego will be hosting this FREE presentation, “Responding to God’s Call on the U.S./Mexican Border.”

“Responding to God’s Call on the U.S./Mexican Border” will take place at 7 p.m. this Thursday at the University of San Diego’s University Center, Forums A&B. Admission is free.

For more information, contact Jim Davis.

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