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* NOTE: All lectures are Thursday evening presentations, beginning at 6:30pm.
Global Mission Mass & Celebration
All those involved in global mission are invited—groups, parishes, schools, colleges and universities, religious congregations, organizations, and individuals. There will be opportunities to honor distinguished leaders in global mission and to share photos and stories about the joy of missionary discipleship.
Religion in China Today: Back to the Center of State & Society
Ian Johnson will paint the backdrop of Chinese religious policy against which such seemingly contradictory developments as the accord with the Vatican, the breathtaking restoration of Beijing’s North Cathedral, the demolition of countless other churches, and the forced reeducation of Muslims in Xinjiang all play out.
Building Bridges, Not Walls: A Call to All Catholic Communities
A keynote presentation by Ms. Segura, followed by 45-minute breakout sessions led by local organizations that can provide ways for your community or school to build bridges to immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers.