Praying for comprehensive and compassionate immigration reform
A lo largo de la Arquidiócesis de Filadelfia, inmigrantes, miembros de la comunidad y católicos (laicos y dirigentes religiosos) se unieron en vigilias de oración para rezar por una reforma integral de inmigración.
Cuarenta y cinco personas se reunieron para rezar en Centro de Bienvenida de las Hermanas de San José el 11 de enero. Ochenta personas (foto) asistieron a una reunión en Bensalem el 14 de enero donde oraciones y presentaciones quedaron a cargo del obispo auxiliar Joseph McFadden ( Theresa Conejo, presidente de Latino Leadership Alliance; Ernesto Gange, de la Asociación de Filipinos Americanos del condado de Bucks; y John Jordan, de la NAACP.
El 15 de enero en Santo Tomás de Aquino en Filadelfia se celebró una misa y una reunion tambien.
Throughout the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, immigrants, community members and Catholic lay and religious leadership joined in prayer vigils and rallies for comprehensive immigration reform.
Forty-five people gathered for prayer at the Sisters of St. Joseph Welcome Center Jan. 11; 80 people (photo above) attended a Jan. 14 gathering in Bensalem which featured prayers and presentations by Auxiliary Bishop Joseph McFadden; Theresa Conejo, president of Latino Leadership Alliance; Ernesto Gange, of the Filipino-American Association of Bucks County; and John Jordan of NAACP.
On Jan. 15, St. Thomas Aquinas Church in Philadelphia hosted a prayer vigil and rally as well.
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