May Vigil 2024

Adriana and NSA Alliance members will share with us the impact at the legislature this year. Join us in person or online as we stand up for immigrant families and neighbors. We will meet at the Bishop Whipple Building at 1 Federal Drive at 7:30 a.m., Tuesday, May 14th. 7:30am, Tuesday, May 14 Bishop Henry Whipple Building1 […]

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April Vigil 2024

 “Choosing Compassion Over Indifference” The Basilica of St. Mary’s and the Justice Commission of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet and Consociates are humbled to be co-hosting the April ICOM Vigil together this year. Join us in person or online as we stand up for immigrant families and neighbors. We will meet at the

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March Vigil 2024

“Asylum – Seekers are Resilient, Talented and Hopeful” The presenter will be Dave Haley, Board of Directors for Casa Guadalupana. Join us in person or online as we stand up for immigrant families and neighbors. We will meet at the Bishop Whipple Building at 1 Federal Drive at 7:30 a.m., Tuesday, March 12th. 7:30am, Tuesday, March 12Bishop

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January Vigil 2024

“Immigration Justice and the Commandments” Temple Israel with be our co-host with Rabbi Ricky presenting. Karla Leitzman from Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service will also be presenting. Songs will be presented by Virginia Grey of Edina Community Lutheran Church. 7:30am, Tuesday, January 9Bishop Henry Whipple Building1 Federal Drive, Fort Snelling, MN 55111

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December 2023 Vigil

“Accompaniment: Advent Points to Seeking Refuge and Engaged Waiting” Our vigil this month is hosted by the St Joan of Arc Community’s ministry of  “Welcome the Stranger”. The focus will be on the call to Accompaniment. Advent is a time of active waiting while also pondering what it is like to be seeking refuge. Meister Eckart,

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AID Progress Notes October 2023 

The month of October began with temperatures in the nineties and ended with snow.  AID volunteers were extremely busy getting out warm winter gear.  We received donations of coats, hats, mittens, and blankets from St Joan of Arc, ICOM affiliates, and dormant AID clients that wanted to help. Our volunteers organized and cataloged the items.

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November 2023 Vigil

Speakers include members of Plymouth Congregational Church and ICOM. Join us in person or online as we stand up for immigrant families and neighbors. We will meet at the Bishop Whipple Building at 1 Federal Drive at 7:30 a.m., Tuesday November 14th. Plymouth Congregational Church gratefully acknowledges that we are on the sacred traditional territory of

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October 2023 Vigil

We welcome you to our vigil in October. Our presenters will be Cheryl Behrent, director of Sarah’s, an Oasis for Women, and Sara Adams, ICOM’s AID Program Coordinator. Sarah’s is a home for women “seeking safety, dignity, and healing”. It is a ministry of Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet. There will be reading and

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