COMMENTARY: Contentious Issue of Immigration Overshadows US Policy
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Bishop Dorsonville emphasized a Christian’s duty to care for the vulnerable and pointed to the Church’s teaching on human dignity and work.
A life jacket molded onto the transparent cross, Pope Francis said, was found in the central Mediterranean Sea on July 3, 2019, and belonged to an unknown migrant who died at sea.
In the end, the resolution passed 3-2 with an amendment to cap new arrivals at 25 and evaluate the situation again next year.
Deputy foreign minister says his country, the homeland of John Paul II, stands for the rights of the oppressed.
The Lord calls us to practice charity toward all those who suffer, the Holy Father said Sept. 29.
Archbishop Bernardito Auza, Holy See observer to the U.N., spoke July 13 at concluding session of intergovernmental negotiations on migration.
The U.S. announced it would withhold $100 million in relief from the U.N. Relief Works Agency, arguing that other countries must share more of the costs of providing assistance.
‘Without action by Congress, recipients’ lives will be upended and many families will be devastated,’ said Bishop Joe Vásquez.