Latest Blog Posts
Every day we read new headlines about the lack of human dignity for migrants crossing our southern border to begin new lives in the United States, but what can we do about it? That was the topic of our recent community meeting, “Immigration Crisis: Lives at Risk at Our Southern Border.”
Sr. Barbara Gutierrez, Sister of Notre Dame de Namur, led the 2019-2020 inaugural event for A Faith That Does Justice: a day of reflection conducted in Spanish entitled “Nuestro Caminar con Jesus“ or “Our Walk with Jesus.”
Continuing our Volunteer Spotlight series, this week we had the privilege to sit down with Mark Anderson, a tutor for our English for Speakers of Other Language (ESOL) program, to learn more about the work he does and the students he serves. Read on to learn about what it’s like to be an ESOL tutor with A Faith That Does Justice.