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This week in the bulletin we offer three actionable Immigrant and Refugee Action Opportunities:
"Set the lamp on a lamp stand, where it gives light to all in the house." Matthew 5:15
1) Register for the Catholic Immigration Summit at Seattle University on Saturday, February 11, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. The day concludes with Mass celebrated by Bishop Eusebio Elizondo in the Chapel of St. Ignatius.
>For more information, contact Joe Cotton: firstname.lastname@example.org.
> Find the Facebook Event for the Summit here:
2) Contact your representatives and ask them to support the Bridge Act, which would ensure that DACA-eligible youth can continue to contribute to our communities without fear of deportation.
> Find your House Representative here:
> Find Patti Murray and Maria Cantwell, our WA State Senators contact information here:
3) Check out resources on the Archdiocesan Immigrant & Refugee webpage at the Archdiocese of Seattle:
Why do we care?
Many Christians have declared President Trump’s executive order on immigration and refugees does not represent who they are or their faith. The order imposes a four-month ban on all refugees trying to enter the U.S., and excludes all Syrian refugees until further notice. The executive order was swiftly denounced by religious leaders from around the country. Cardinal Joseph Tobin of Newark said, “The executive action does not show the United States to be an open and welcoming nation. It’s the opposite of what it means to be American.” Cardinal Blasé Cupich of Chicago issued a statement in which he stated, “The world is watching as we abandon our commitments to American values. They lower our estimation in the eyes of the many peoples who want to know America as a defender of human rights and religious liberty, not a nation that targets religious populations and then shuts its doors on them.” The United States Conference of Bishops stated that the bishops “strongly disagree” with the ban on refugees from several Muslim countries. A church that stops defending the unborn has ceased to meaningfully defend the gospel of Jesus Christ. But the church is just as vigorous in defending the undocumented and those refugees who wish to come to our shores.
Every year Archdiocese of Seattle Young Adults hosts a Holy Thursday pilgrimage in Seattle, welcoming hundreds of young adults to the city for an evening walk of prayer and reflection, stopping at several parishes and ending at the cathedral.
Planning is underway for the 2017 pilgrimage and the leadership team needs your help as a volunteer! If you can give your gift of time and talent, please contact Edwin Ferrera at email@example.com.
There are numerous ways to help with this event and your contribution is greatly valued!
Hoy es la misa a la Virgen de Guadalupe.
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Misas. 5 pm. Y. 7 pm
Ofrecimiento de Tiempo Talento y Tesoro...
Vídeo de la Arquidiócesis de Seattle
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