Three students from Saint Louis University will share stories of growth, challenges, and joy about their summer studying liberation theology and accompanying the people that they encountered in Nicaragua.
Meg Buckley is a senior studying Public Health in the accelerated MPH program for Behavioral Science and Health Education, minoring in Theology and History. Taylor Jackson is a junior studying Sociology and Women’s and Gender Studies, with the goal of working in the field of Public Policy. She is specifically interested in gender policy and women’s reproductive rights. Bryan Melcher is a junior studying Theology and Political Science. He plans to teach across departments in a Catholic School.
Join us Sunday 15 November for a potluck supper which begins at 6:00 pm. Meg, Taylor and Bryan begin sharing at 6:45. We gather at Sophia House, 4547 Gibson Avenue, Forest Park Southeast 63110. Please park at the west end of Gibson or on Taylor Avenue, or on the 4400 block of Chouteau.