Immaculée: A Story of Survival, Faith, and Forgiveness
Immaculée Ilibagiza, survivor of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda and a New York Times best-selling author, will discuss her journey of survival and forgiveness on Tuesday, October 19 at Mount Saint Mary College.
The talk, hosted by the college's Campus Ministry and the Catholic and Dominican Institute, will begin at 7 p.m. in Aquinas Hall. The public is invited to attend the presentation.
Attending the event
If you are a visitor to the college, you may attend this event. To attend the presentation, please provide your name, your phone number, and one of the following proofs to Fr. Gregoire Fluet at Gregoire.Fluet@msmc.edu by 5 p.m. on Monday, October 18:
- Proof of COVID vaccination (photo/copy of Excelsior pass or vaccination card)
- Proof of a negative COVID test within the past 72 hours of the date of the event. (Rapid or PCR tests are acceptable)
- Proof of a positive COVID test within the past 90 days (photo/copy of lab report with guest's name, date of birth, and date of test. If using this option, the guest must have recovered completely by the time they visit campus).
If you are not comfortable with sharing this information via email, please contact Gregoire.Fluet@msmc.edu to set up an alternate means of verifying your COVID proof.
On the day of the event, all guests attending must fill out the MSMC daily health screener (www.msmc.edu/screening) and be symptom free. Guests must show proof of having completed this screener (a "green" screen) by either showing their results at the front gate on a smartphone or as a printout. Do not come to campus if you get a "red" screener result.
All attendees must wear a face covering when on the Mount campus at all times.