Argument Club For Women Debates Immigration Policy Reform

Oct 9th, 2014

In light of the principles of Catholic social teaching, how should we reform current immigration policy?  Women of all faiths and perspectives are invited to join the next meeting of the Argument Club for Women to explore this issue.  Speakers include Donald Brown, retired businessman and former CFO at the University of Minnesota, and Michele Garnett McKenzie, advocacy director at The Advocates for Human Rights.

The Argument Club for Women provides a forum for Catholic apologetics on issues important to women by putting forward many of the propositions that our culture promotes and demonstrating how the Catholic perspective offers women the answers they seek.

Time and Place -Tuesday, October 21, Social Hall at St. Michael’s Church (611 Third Street South, Stillwater, MN 55082).  

The $10 entrance fee can be paid at the door and includes libations and appetizers at 6 p.m. and the discussion at 7 p.m.  No reservations are necessary. Contact: St. Croix Catholic Faith Formation at 651-351-3175, or www.sccff.net.