'America' on Immigration Reform

As immigration reform takes center stage in Washington, we offer a selection of articles from America on immigrants and the need for immigration reform:

"Does the Gospel Speak to Immigration?" Michael O'Loughlin

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"Immigration Reform," Cardinal Roger M. Mahoney

"The Other America," Tim Padgett

"It Starts in Mexico," Tim Padgett

"New Tides of Immigration," George M. Anderson, S.J.

“Stewards of the Land,” Terrance W. Klein

“A Call for Compassion,” The Editors

“Shelter from the Storm,” Randall Woodward

“Catholic College Presidents/Scholars Call for Immigration Reform,” Kevin Clarke

“Return of the Know-Nothings,” Terry Golway

“Immigrants and Inculturation,” Deborah A. Organ

“Crossing the Border” Donald Kerwin

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