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Monday, August 23, 2010


Come hear about CEIBA's work and Beth's research and climate change and liberation theology and lots of other cool stuff!!!

Aug. 25 330pm Marian College
Aug. 26 630pm Marian College* see below
Aug. 27 8am-330pm Brebeuf Jesuit Highschool
Aug. 27 630pm Youth Group at Santa Maria Church
Aug. 28th 1pm Pollom Family Home 7260 Dover Ct, indpls, IN 46250 LIVE MUSIC AND SNACKS RSVP 317.842.4845
Aug. 29th 8am and 10am Masses at St. Thomas Aquinas
Aug. 29th Supper in the Sun for El Salavdor at the Sapp's home
Sept. 7nd 11:50-1:20 Park Tudor Highschool Woodroom

I will be in indianapolis until september 8th, so feel free to email me and i would love to speak your your church, school, friends etc!

Marian University
Peace and Justice Studies
Post-War Justice in El Salvador
U.S. Imperialism & Liberation Theology

Beth Tellman
from the
Voluntary Mission Movement

Thursday, August 26
6:30 pm
Peter Maurin House for Peace & Justice
2536 Tyrone Dr.

Beth Tellman is an Indianapolis native who studied Sustainable Globalization and Environmental Studies at Santa Clara University. She has extensive experience practicing a theology of social justice. She has interned with Catholic Relief Services in El Salvador, undertaken research on Salvadorian organic coffee farms, earned a Fulbright Scholarship to study in El Salvador, and founded a Salvadoran NGO called Colectivo Ceiba in order to provide disaster relief for Salvadorians. She currently works with the Volunteer Missionary Movement (VMM), an international community of lay Christians who are catalysts for peace, social justice, and human empowerment of the poor and marginalized. Members of VMM work together in a divided world to inspire "the transformation of all things in Christ."

Please join us & welcome Beth to Marian University!

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