Texas AG tries to shut down a Catholic nonprofit

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has filed suit in an attempt to shut down a Catholic nonprofit in El Paso serving migrants and asylum-seekers, accusing it of "human smuggling," in a move denounced by Catholic immigration advocates, including El Paso Bishop Mark

As more kids migrate alone, the Church must speak up

The Catholic Church must remain firm in its advocacy for children who migrate alone, panelists for a webinar hosted by Georgetown University's Collaborative on Global Children's Issues said Jan. 24.

Ian Manzi, program assistant with the university collaborative, who moderated the panel, noted

Dialogue on NYC’s migrant crisis points to need for God

The dialogue, titled "The Mayor's Office and The Church: NYC Migrant State of Emergency," featured Sister Norma discussing the current state of affairs with Anne Williams-Isom, New York City's deputy mayor for health and human services. Open to the public, it was

Mexican migrants face the frightening reality of kidnappings

Kidnappings in Mexico have become a true plague, with many migrants falling victims as criminal groups and drug cartels -- often in cahoots with police, soldiers and immigration officials -- target people without papers. Victims are often abducted while riding intercity buses,

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