Nuns on the Bus comes to town to support immigration reform

  • Tuesday, May 28, 2013

NETWORK’s Nuns on the Bus is coming to Charleston to support commonsense immigration reform. The group will appear at the Circular Congregational Church, 150 Meeting St. on Saturday, June 1 at 7 p.m. Their appearance will be followed by a short walk to the entrance of the Old Slave Mart Museum.

These inspiring women were welcomed last year by thousands of well-wishers as they traveled from state to state in support of federal budget priorities that address the needs of struggling families.

This year, they are traveling across the United States - 6,500 miles over 15 states - 53 events in 40 cities - standing with immigrants, faith-filled activists and Catholic Sisters who serve immigrant communities.

Their message is clear: “We need commonsense immigration policies that reflect our values, not our fears. Congress must act now.”

For more information on this event contact Susan Dunn at skingdunn@aol.com or Kay Kennerty at kkennerty@aol.com.

For More Information on NETWORK’s Nuns on the Bus visit www.nunsonthebus.org

NETWORK’s Nuns on the Bus is a campaign of NETWORK, A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby which was founded by 47 Catholic Sisters more than 40 years ago. Learn more at www.networklobby.org.

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