An Evening with
A Story of Faith, Hope, and Forgiveness
May 10th, 20197:30 P.M. to 9:00 P.M.
Jesuit Dallas Terry Center12345 Inwood Road - Dallas, TX 75244
Immaculée Ilibagiza is a survivor of the 1994 Rwandan Genocide that took the lives of nearly one million people, including her parents and two brothers. Immaculée survived by hiding with seven other women for 91 days in a 3-foot by 4-foot bathroom. During those 91 days of unimaginable suffering, Immaculée taught herself English and found her faith. Prayer transformed her life from fear to courage, hatred to love, and gave her the ability to forgive those who murdered her family.
Captured in her New York Times best-selling book, Left to Tell: Discovering God Amidst the Rwandan Genocide, the story of how she overcame her deep anger and was able to forgive the people who killed her family is both inspiring and unforgettable.
"Forgiving the men who killed my parents and brothers was a process, a journey into deeper and deeper prayers."- Immaculée Ilibagiza
ABOUT THE EVENT
An Evening with Immaculée Ilibagiza will be held at the
Jesuit Dallas Terry Center
12345 Inwood Road - Dallas, TX 75244
Doors will open at 6:30pm. A Dessert Reception will follow immediately after the presentation.
*UPDATE* - Immaculée will be available after her presentation for a book signing. Her books and other merchandise will be available for purchase. You may also bring your own copies for her to sign.
The purpose of this one-time event is to inspire families to courageously form saints & scholars. Our mission is to educate and transform our community through Immaculée’s story of faith, hope, & forgiveness.
Due to the content of the talk, this event is not appropriate for young children.
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