A show of support for immigrants

About a dozen people — mostly parishioners of St. William Church and the Church of the Epiphany — stood near the busy intersection of Shelbyville Road and Hurstbourne Lane Aug. 5 to demonstrate their support of immigrants and highlight recent deportations of those here without the government’s permission. Father James E. Flynn, far right, a retired priest of the Archdiocese of Louisville, organized the vigil and has planned others at busy intersections around the area this month. Those interested in taking part may contact Father Flynn at 681-6603 or jflynn502@aol.com. He aims to schedule at least three to four people to keep vigil at various locations in Louisville.
About a dozen people — mostly parishioners of St. William Church and the Church of the Epiphany — stood near the busy intersection of Shelbyville Road and Hurstbourne Lane Aug. 5 to demonstrate their support of immigrants and highlight recent deportations of those here without the government’s permission. Father James E. Flynn, far right, a retired priest of the Archdiocese of Louisville, organized the vigil and has planned others at busy intersections around the area this month. Those interested in taking part may contact Father Flynn at 681-6603 or jflynn502@aol.com. He aims to schedule at least three to four people to keep vigil at various locations in Louisville. (Record Photo by Marnie McAllister)
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