• October 28, 2021
 Story in Many Pics: ‘Faith Action’ at Stanton Street Bridge

Story in Many Pics: ‘Faith Action’ at Stanton Street Bridge

On Thursday, Bishop Mark J. Seitz of the Diocese of El Paso and clergy of the Diocese of Ciudad Juárez participated in the binational ‘Faith Action’ at the Stanton Street bridge in Downtown El Paso.

As the temperatures in the area soared above 100 degrees, Bishiop Seitz, Rev. Javier Calvill  and scores of migrants met and marched under the sweltering summer sun.

At virtually the same time, dueling protest were being held several miles to the east, in front of the now notorious Clint Border Patrol Station.

Our very own Jordyn Rozensky, along with Justin Hamel were at the bridge and event, and we bring your their view via this ‘Story in Many Pics.’

Jordyn Rozensky


Jordyn Rozensky is a writer and documentary photographer. She came to El Paso after a yearlong photography and storytelling campaign with Tendency to Wander (www.tendencyto.com). Jordyn holds a BA from Smith College and a master's in public policy from Brandeis University. In El Paso, she owns Frontera Studio (www.fronterastudio.com).

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