Yesterday afternoon, as hundreds of cars drove by, a group of 15 SCNs, Associates and friends gathered along the entrance to Nazareth Campus. The group held signs offering prayerful support for immigrants and refugees. The signs read “Compassion for Immigrants” and “Welcome” among other messages of support. Passersby offered many honks, waves and thumbs up during the 45 minute vigil. At the same time, a second group assembled in front of the Motherhouse (see photo below). Employees, friends and the public were invited to join in the vigil. Due to weather, the previous two vigils were held inside St. Vincent Church. More vigils are being planned for Nazareth. Vigils will be held in Louisville on April 24 and May 8, weather permitting.

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