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Students from all three Marianist Universities (Chaminade in Honolulu, St. Mary’s in San Antonio and the University of Dayton) lived together in community for a week in Los Angeles, learning about its cultural richness as well as issues of poverty, homelessness, immigration and criminal justice. They served on Skid Row, at a domestic violence shelter and urban Catholic schools, praying and reflecting on how to be leaders advancing social justice in the Marianist spirit. Hear what lessons they learned about encounter and kinship.
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Abrams, Elizabeth A.; Fasano, Timothy K.; Paluch, Brandon; and Perez, Kristine T., "Encounter and Kinship: Lessons from the Marianist Universities LA Immersion" (2016). Stander Symposium Posters. 740.
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