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Thursday, March 23 2017, 3:30 PM to 7:00 PM

A spiritual reflection on the lived experience of indigenous leaders in the Amazon featuring Cardinal Cláudio Hummes, OFM, Archbishop emeritus of Sao Paulo, Brazil. 


Join us as Cardinal Hummes, discusses the importance of Laudato Si' and the future of the Amazon and its peoples. Three indigenous leaders will share their stories of survival and hope. 

In this forum we will explore the intersection of human rights, environmental justice, faith, international solidarity, extractive industries, and globalization. 


Presentation starts: 3:30

Mass: 5:10

Reception: 6:00

Caldwell Hall

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