This year marks the 30th Annual Social Action Summer Institute (SASI), hosted by the Archdiocese of Chicago and taking place at Saint Xavier University. The five-day national conference will focus on issues of racism, gun violence, and other themes of Catholic Social Teaching.
This year’s event, entitled “Who is my Neighbor? Discipleship in the Year of Mercy” includes speakers from organizations such as The Human Thread and Chicago Regional Organizing for Anti-Racism. Speakers from Catholic higher education include Kathleen Maas Weigert from Loyola University Chicago, and Elisabeth Vasko from Duquesne University.
Taking place July 17-21, “Who is my Neighbor?” will be a conference full of engaging dialogue, prayer, and reflection on what it means to live Catholic Social Teaching in our daily lives. Register here by July 7!