Fr. Richard Ryscavage, S.J., discusses CFPL migration initiatives
- Posted on February 23rd, 2011 filed in Radio
Fr. Ryscavage taped an interview with an Archdiocese of San Francisco radio program on which he spoke about the Center for Faith and Public Life’s migration projects, “Strangers as Neighbors,” and “Immigrant Student National Project.” He also spoke of an Alumni event at the University of San Francisco entitled, “Illegal Migration: Faith-Based Social Principles and Secular Policy.” The program, open to the public, will feature the Center’s director and professor of sociology, Fr. Ryscavage, a renowned expert on immigration and refugees, as the keynote speaker. Immaculate Heart Radio and the Archdiocese of San Francisco have unveiled a new Immaculate Heart Radio program called the “Archbishop’s Hour” on KSFB-1260 AM radio. The program features Archbishop Niederauer, interviews with members of the local Church, prominent speakers, teachers of the faith, and other guests.
Published in The San Francisco Archbishop’s Radio Hour on 02/18-21/2011