Strangers No Longer Summer Education Events
August 2020
The Summer of Education Continues!
REGISTER NOW:
IMMIGRATION LAW IN THE UNITED STATES: THEN AND NOW

SNL invites you to join immigration attorney Melanie Goldberg on Tuesday, August 11th at 7:15 PM on Zoom for a presentation regarding the history of immigration law in our country and the current policy.

Melanie will provide you with a no-nonsense background on Immigration law, policies and current issues with some historical perspective. Immigration law and policies are changing daily under the current administration. Because of the complexity of immigration law it is hard to know what the changes mean if you do not have a point of reference. This presentation attempts to provide you with just that: a point of reference.

Melanie Goldberg, a well-known speaker for our Strangers No Longer circles, co ntinues to represent those seeking asylum as well as those seeking family reunification and employment opportunities.

Hosted by the Circle at SS. Peter and Paul Jesuit.

Once you register, the Zoom link will be emailed to you.

Problem Registering? Send a request to: strangersnolonger11@gmail.com
and we will register for you!
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FINAL EVENT IN OUR SUMMER OF EDUCATION: CATHOLIC SOCIAL TEACHING

SNL invites you to join Father Dave Buersmeyer on Tuesday, August 25th at 7 PM on Zoom for a presentation regarding Catholic Social Teaching and our role in the transformational times in which we live.

  • A Brief history of how Catholic Social Teaching developed
  • A Review of the supporting Scriptural touchstones
  • A Discussion of the Core Principles
  • Integrating Catholic Social Teaching into our journey toward a justice- centered spirituality

Fr. Buersmeyer is the pastor of St. Regis in Bloomfield Hills and a founding member of Strangers No Longer.

Once you register, the Zoom link will be emailed to you.

Problem Registering? Send a request to: strangersnolonger11@gmail.com
and we will register for you!
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