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Province Update #1 with Fr. Louis Studer, OMI, Provincial October 12th, 2017


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Interview with Very Rev. Louis Studer, OMI Part 2 September 19th, 2017


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Interview with Very Rev. Louis Studer, OMI Part 1 September 8th, 2017


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Parishioners March to Protest the Building of a Border Wall August 21st, 2017


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Fr. Roy Snipes, OMI Leads March Against Proposed Border Wall August 21st, 2017

On Saturday, August 12, Fr. Roy Snipes, OMI, pastor of Our Lady of Guadalupe church in the border city of Mission, TX, led a procession to La Lomita Mission in efforts to raise awareness and resist the plans to build a border wall in the Rio Grande Valley. The proposed wall would leave behind their land and river. The historical La Lomita Mission would be walled off along with many miles of a wildlife reserve. This community is speaking up in hopes that their voice will reaches the rest of the nation. 

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Advocates stage first big Texas protest against border wall

Protest against proposed wall held at church

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Fr. Seamus Finn’s work on derivatives is profiled on PBS’s Nightly Business Report July 19th, 2017

Fr. Seamus Finn’s work on derivatives is profiled on PBS’s Nightly Business Report.

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How doesNBR the financial system affect the poorest of the poor? Watch the June 7th issue of the Nightly Business Report for a segment on faith-based investors and efforts to rein in the derivatives market – a cause of the recent instability that has affected nearly everyone.

In an interview with Darren Gersh, Seamus Finn, OMI clearly draws the connections between decisions made by bankers and the lives of the poor. Fr. Finn talks about the need for greater disclosure of derivative risk – disclosure that a significant number of other shareholders have favored in recent Resolutions with Citibank, JP Morgan Chase, and Goldman Sachs. Up next is legislation on Capitol Hill that could force banks to spin off their derivatives business.

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