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immigration
May 27, 2021
A man embraces his wife and daughter after crossing the Rio Grande near the border between Mexico and the United States in Del Rio, Texas. (Sergio Flores/AFP via Getty Images)   While people debate whether the United States has been a “Christian nation,” no one has ever claimed it has been a Catholic one. If
February 11, 2021
Cardinal Álvaro Ramazzini has condemned the violent treatment of Central American migrants  by Guatemalan security forces.
February 03, 2021
Joe Biden has issued three executive orders to overturn Trump-era immigration policies. The orders aim to reunite parents separated from their children at the border, tackle the root causes of immigration and evaluate the existing immigration system in America. In his first order, Biden established an interagency task force to be chaired by the Secretary
February 01, 2021
Along with representatives of Catholic charities, five Catholic bishops called on the President to tackle the "disappearance of compassion" on the border.
July 07, 2018
Pope Francis thanked Mediterranean migrant rescue teams for 'embodying the parable of the Good Samaritan'
June 21, 2018
Dominican Sister Ban Madleen was applying to visit her family
May 13, 2018
Italy is taking in more migrants than it can handle, resulting in huge social problems
May 10, 2018
Official data also show which immigrant groups are most likely to attend Sunday Mass
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