On Monday, April 30, 2018, St. Michael Parish hosted an interfaith evening of reflection and prayer. Four speakers and ninety people from various faith traditions and Catholic parishes of our Archdiocese gathered in solidarity in our Church. We joined in remembering that, for centuries, we have been a nation of migrants, immigrants and refugees, and that we continue to be called by God to love and welcome the stranger. Each speaker reflected on a different experience of immigrants.
Sr. Marietta Umlor,
Pastoral Associate at St. Michael
welcomed our guests, set a prayerful tone for our gathering and led us in silent reflection at the close of the evening.