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The Church’s vestments on Dec. 28 are red because blood was shed, not because the Holy Family fled.
The debate began with moderator Kristen Welker of NBC questioning the two candidates about how they would lead the country through the “next stage” of the pandemic.
The U.S. bishops repeatedly have advised that five Catholic principles should guide public policy in the area of immigration.
After Litigation, New HHS Policy Ends Prohibition on Abortion for Undocumented Minors in Federal Custody
The case dates back to 2017, when the ACLU sued the administration on behalf of an unnamed 17 year-old immigrant who alleged that she had requested an abortion while in a federally-operated shelter in Texas but was not able to procure one because of federal policies.
Bishop Dorsonville emphasized a Christian’s duty to care for the vulnerable and pointed to the Church’s teaching on human dignity and work.
The acting director of U.S. immigration services has ordered an expedited investigation into the allegations.
The Mass came amid the Archdiocese of Los Angeles' Sept. 18-26 novena meant to prepare for the 2020 World Day of Migrants and Refugees, observed Sept. 27.
In response to the announcement by the administration, Bishop Jaime Soto of Sacramento called the move to end DACA during the COVID-19 pandemic “irresponsible and recalcitrant.”
Cardinal Czerny has a personal connection to immigration – he and his parents moved to Canada from Czechoslovakia in 1948, when he was two years old.