Many migrants and asylum seekers are parents doing their best to make difficult decisions, writes Joanna Williams, executive director of the Kino Border Initiative. That recognition should guide our border policies.
Joanna WilliamsApril 6,2021

Delays, corruption and misinformation thwart Covid-19 vaccination efforts across Amazon region

Covid-19 immunization campaigns must overcome enormous difficulties in reaching remote indigenous groups, isolated riverside communities and the villages of quilombola people, the descendants of African slaves.

London cardinal leads Catholics in mourning death of Prince Philip

“How much we will miss Prince Philip’s presence and character, so full of life and vigor,” said Cardinal Vincent Nichols of Westminster. “He has been an example of steadfast loyalty and duty cheerfully given. May he rest in peace.”

What comes after the era of the parochial school?

February 6,2019
Climate change and environmental destruction are forcing millions from their homes, and Catholics have a responsibility to assist them, Pope Francis wrote.
We cannot continue to punish the children of immigrants and create a caste of undereducated residents, write Mary Beth Yount and Michael M. Canaris. All college students should be eligible for federal loan and grant programs.
Mary Beth YountMarch 23,2021
Americans with Irish ancestry have always balanced patriotism with an appreciation of their roots. And their identity should include solidarity with today’s immigrants.
Joseph McAuleyMarch 17,2021
Some things have changed on the southern border, but a lot of things remain the same, according to Catholic humanitarian groups on the ground.
J.D. Long-GarcíaMarch 16,2021