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Community Invited to Special Screening of With This Light to Benefit St. Ambrose University Mission Trip to Honduras

The community is invited to a special screening of With This Light, a
documentary about Sister Maria Rosa Leggol of Honduras. Over the
course of 70 years, Sister Maria Rosa helped over 87,000 Honduran
children escape poverty and violence through an ecosystem of social,
educational and entrepreneurial projects, inspiring an international
network of supporters. The film follows two young women in Sister’s
programs as they try to navigate the uncertainty and dangers of modern
Honduras. The screening is free and open to the public. Attendees are
encouraged to provide a donation to support the nine members of the St.
Ambrose community going to Honduras this spring break to serve with
Global Brigades.
WHEN: Tuesday, Feb. 27
6:30 p.m.
WHERE: Rogalski Center Ballroom
St. Ambrose University
518 W. Locust St.
Davenport, IA
WHY: One of our core values at St. Ambrose University is service. Sister Maria
Rosa Leggol exemplifies this value and many others through her selfless
and compassionate mission to help children escape the dangers of
poverty and violence. The Campus Ministry department and Institute for
Person-Centered Care at St. Ambrose are pleased to present this
documentary screening to inspire our next generation of helpers through
the story of Sister Maria Rosa.
NOTE: Parking is available outside the Rogalski Center. Attendees can enter the
parking lot from Lombard Street on the north side of campus.

Community Invited to Special Screening of With This Light to Benefit St. Ambrose University Mission Trip to Honduras

St. Ambrose University was founded in Davenport in 1882 as a seminary and school of commerce for men.

Community Invited to Special Screening of With This Light to Benefit St. Ambrose University Mission Trip to Honduras

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