Global Citizenship Program – Class of 2023

Learn more about our trip to Tucson, Arizona.

Read about migration issues in our home communities.

Borders can be viewed as solid walls that limit, confine and separate. Borders between cultures, races, nations, sexes and classes may function to keep people divided from one another… On the other hand, borders can be seen as meeting-places that offer a unique opportunity for encounter, dialogue and sharing. They may serve as the place of interface between peoples, ideas, and experiences.” 

-Patricia J Lloyd-Sidle “Called to be Border: A Paradigm for Mission”, 1989