Loyola University Chicago hosts Mexican Catholics conference
Today and tomorrow, Loyola University Chicago hosts a national conference about Mexican Catholics. Through the Center for the Catholic Intellectual Heritage, this year’s Chicago Catholic Immigrants Conference focuses on Mexican Catholics. I’ll speak on a panel Saturday
about Our Lady of Guadalupe.
The sessions focus on the historical, cultural, and religious roles that Roman Catholicism played in sustaining ethnic identity for numerous waves of Mexican Catholic immigrants who settled throughout Chicagoland during the last century.
Guests include award-winning Chicago novelist, Luis Alberto Urrea, Chicago native NPR’s Latino USA Anchor and Producer, María Hinojosa.
See the conference schedule.
For more information, contact email@example.com or Dr. Héctor García, the organizer, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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