Immigration

A migrant child sits on the deck of rescue ship as it arrives on April 19 in Augusta, Italy. (CNS photo/Darrin Zammit Lupi, pool via Reuters)
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Migration should be "a choice rather than something forced or involuntary," said Philippine Archbishop Bernardito Auza.
A man argues with a Haitian National Police officer on March 1 as a police line blocks a street during a march calling for better labor conditions in Port-au-Prince. (CNS photo/Andres Martinez Casares, Reuters) 
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Tens of thousands of Haitians enrolled under the Temporary Protected Status program can stay in the United States until at least January.
Flushing, NY. Source: Raman Patel
Arts & Culture Books
Paul MosesMay 22, 2017
Paul Moses reviews "City of Gods: Religious Freedom, Immigration and Pluralism in Flushing, Queens" and "Irish-American Autobiography: The Divided Hearts of Athletes, Priests, Pilgrims, and More."
Bishop Oscar Cantu of Las Cruces, N.M., prays on Nov. 16 during the opening of the 2015 fall general assembly of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops in Baltimore. (CNS photo/Bob Roller)
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The bishops' spring assembly will include discussions ranging from immigration to religious freedom, as well as the Synod of Bishops on youth.
U.S. President Donald Trump signs a revised executive order for a U.S. travel ban on March 6 at the Pentagon in Arlington, Va. (CNS photo/Carlos Barria, Reuters)
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The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals heard arguments for and against a revised version of Trump's executive order on immigration.
Politics & Society Dispatches
Wyatt MasseyMay 17, 2017
“They could bring nearly 12 million people out of the shadows, if they wanted to,” Cardinal Tobin said. “This isn’t about border security. It’s about being attentive to the reality of people who are already in our communities.”