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Second Annual Catholic Immigration Summit:
My liberation is bound up with yours

Segunda Cumbre Anual sobre Migración
Mi liberación está unida a la tuya

Saturday, March 10, 2018
9 am - 4 pm | Seattle University | Campion Ballroom

Sábado 10 de marzo de 2018
De 9am a 4pm en la Universidad de Seattle en el Salón “Campion”

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Join fellow Catholics as we share our immigrant journeys – old and new – and discern where we go together from here. Check-in begins at 8:30 am. The day concludes with Mass with Bishop Mueggenborg in the Chapel of St. Ignatius at 3 pm. Lunch and refreshments are provided at this free event. Registration is required.

Únete a nuestros amigos católicos mientras compartimos nuestras historias de migración – antiguas y más recientes – y ayúdanos a discernir qué podemos hacer comenzando esta iniciativa juntos. La jornada empieza a las 8:30 de la mañana. La jornada termina con una Misa celebrada por el Obispo Mueggenborg en la Capilla de San Ignacio a las 3:00pm. El Estacionamiento, el almuerzo y los refrescos será proporcionados gratuitamente el día del evento. Habrá traducción disponible en español para el tema principal y los anuncios importantes.

Download the discussion questions prior to the event to help prepare your family or group for this event (Immigration Discussion Questions).

Para prepararse para el evento, invitamos a los participantes a conversar y reflexionar en las siguientes preguntas sobre familia y migración (Preguntas de discusión sobre inmigración familiar)

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For questions: Chris Koehler (ckoehler@stjames-cathedral.org) or Joe Cotton (joe.cotton@seattlearch.org)

Para preguntas: Edwin Ferrera, 206-382-4846

For more information on #sharejourney, visit seattlearchdiocese.org/stj/

This is a Share the Journey event (#ShareJourney), co-sponsored by: Seattleu University Institute for Catholic Thought and Culture, Seattle University Campus Ministry, The Archdiocese of Seattle, Saint James Immigrant Assistance, Intercommunity Peace & Justice Center, Catholic Community Services - Catholic Housing Services of Western Washington

 

Cherishing the Wisdom of Community: A Benedictine Contribution to (Graduate) Leadership Education

ICTC Faculty Fellows Presentation by Dung Tran, PhD
Thursday, February 15

12:15-1:30pm(Lunch at 12:15, presentation begins at 12:30pm)
HUNT 100 | Light lunch provided; please RSVP to ICTC@seattleu.edu

The Organizational Leadership program at Gonzaga University has taken graduate students to a Benedictine monastery as part of a course on "Leadership and Community" for 15 years.  As an alumnus of this experience, the presenter will discuss how the understanding and experience of a monastic community leads to effectively engaging the world during turbulent times.

Dr. Dung Q. Tran, the son of Vietnamese refugees, is an inaugural instructor of Organizational Leadership at Seattle University. In terms of research, Dr. Tran is interested in how spiritual, ethical, and values-based perspectives shape leadership theory and practice, with a particular focus on leader identity development. For Dr. Tran’s complete bio, visit: https://ncs.seattleu.edu/about/faculty-staff/

 

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