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Inmigración y racismo en nuestro día: la urgencia de un mensaje católico profético

Hosffman Ospino

Hosffman Ospino, PhD

Due to ongoing concerns with the Covid-19 virus, the University of Dallas has made the decision to postpone the Landregan Lecture, until a later date, yet to be determined. The University of Dallas believes it to be prudent to postpone this event to mitigate the potential spread through public events at this time.

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to email the Office of Lauren Passalugo (Lmasty@udallas.edu), or by phone at 972-721-4077.

Sábado, Marzo 21, 2020 | 10:00 a.m.
University of Dallas, Church of the Incarnation  

Millones de inmigrantes de varias partes del mundo renuevan y redefinen la experiencia católica estadounidense en nuestro día. Cerca de una cuarta parte de la población en los Estados Unidos es inmigrante. Al mismo tiempo, vivimos en un clima sociopolítico en el que sentimientos anti-inmigrantes y racistas impiden afirmar la dignidad inviolable de todo ser humano entre nosotros. Esta ponencia es una invitación a meditar qué significa ser católico en nuestro país actualmente y una llamada a la acción a confrontar prejuicios que amenazan la vida en comunidad tanto en el ámbito eclesial como social.


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Hosffman Ospino, PhD

Hosffman Ospino, PhD es profesor de teología y educación religiosa en la Escuela de Teología y Ministerio de la universidad jesuita Boston College, en donde también es director de programas de postgrado en ministerio hispano. Es autor y editor de 14 libros.

Sobre este seminario

La Escuela para los Ministerios de la Universidad de Dallas anuncia la presentación de un seminario de formación este marzo del 2020. Este seminario presentara temas de interés en la comunidad con relación y enfoque en la fe católica.

 

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