Alternative plan will be announced soon.
Starting Location -- InterContinental Saint Paul Riverfront Hotel, 11 E Kellog Blvd, St Paul, MN 55101
Ending Location -- Minnesota State Capitol Complex, 75 Rev Dr Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard, St Paul, MN 55155
Parking is available at the InterContinental Saint Paul Riverfront Hotel. Additional nearby parking options include:
- Landmark Towers Parking Ramp - 336 N Market St, St Paul, MN 55102
- Capitol City Plaza Parking Ramp - 50 4th St E, St Paul, MN 55101
- Kellogg Square Parking Ramp - 111 E Kellogg Blvd, St Paul, MN 55101
- Victory Ramp - 344 Wabasha St N, St Paul, MN 55102
- Lawson Ramp - 11 W 5th St, St Paul, MN 55102
Buses will be provided during the event to and from the State Capitol Complex and the InterContinental Hotel.
Both starting and ending locations are nearby to the light rail Green Line. The InterContinental Hotel is located three blocks from Central Station and the State Capitol is located one block from the Capitol/Rice Street Station, only three stops apart.
If you would like to walk or bike between event locations, the locations are approximately one mile/20 minutes apart.
Archbishop Hebda’s commitment to service and justice has been a key component of his ministry, spanning parish priesthood on the south side of Pittsburgh; Director of the Newman Center at Slippery Rock University; Pontifical Council for Legislative Texts at the Vatican; and Bishop and Archbishop roles in the Diocese of Gaylord, Michigan, and the Archdioceses of Newark and St. Paul and Minneapolis.
With a BA from Harvard in Political Science and a law degree from Columbia University, legal experience at an international law firm based in Pittsburgh, and years of seeing the impact of policy decisions on individuals and families, Archbishop Hebda is a strong advocate for justice and human dignity.
Our 2020 Day on the Hill theme comes from a quotation from Pope Francis:
“Politics […] is one of the highest forms of charity, because it serves the common good.”
In 2020, hundreds of people of faith will come together to serve the common good!
Join faithful advocates from across the state on April 1, 2020 to reflect on why we make our voices heard, to plan for continued actions in our home communities, and to advocate for meaningful change in the state of Minnesota.