“We are not going to engage in law enforcement activities solely based on someone’s immigration status."
“Two priorities that we have are unity and governance,” said Jonathan Reyes, executive director of the U.S. Catholic bishops’ Department of Justice, Peace and Human Development. “So this divisive election—we somehow have to get to the other side. That will not be easy,
Cardinal-designate Cupich urged U.S. bishops to “speak in a pastoral way to calm the fears of people and let them know that we are advocates for them,"
The last year has been a difficult one indeed, particularly for those who are in any way concerned about political life in the United States. As I write this column, the election has not yet taken place, though we are close to Election Day and early voting is already underway in many parts of the co