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Briana, a 1-year-old migrant girl from Peru, is carried by her father, Jordan, as they search for an entry point into the United States past a razor wire-laden fence along the bank of the Rio Grande in El Paso, Texas, March 26, 2024. (OSV News photo/Adrees Latif, Reuters)
FaithVatican Dispatch
Gerard O’Connell
The declaration from the Vatican goes beyond the focus on single issues and throws a spotlight on the much broader field of violations of human dignity.
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Kevin Clarke
We don’t know the names of all of the men so far, but the Guatemalan, Honduran and Mexican consulates have acknowledged that citizens of their nations working together in the United States are among the missing and the presumed dead.
Politics & SocietyNews
Jack Jenkins - Religion News Service Aleja Hertzler-McCain - Religion News Service
Catholic Charities locations have become the target of far-right media personalities, conspiracy theorists and even members of Congress.
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Julia G. YoungChristopher Ross
Mother Cabrini became America’s first saint. But was she herself a legal U.S. immigrant? And would her story be possible today? 
Migrants from Venezuela wait next to people from other nationalities who are in line to be processed by the U.S. Border Patrol in El Paso, Texas, Jan. 4, 2023. (OSV News photo/Paul Ratje, Reuters)
Politics & SocietyThe Weekly Dispatch
Kevin Clarke
If in its first years, the bishops’ campaign for religious freedom seemed directed at the U.S. left, it is actors on the hard right who have now emerged as the most significant threat to religious freedom.
Politics & SocietyFeatures
J.D. Long García
Sugar is not the only industry that exploits Haitian workers in the Dominican Republic, but it offers a unique lens through which to understand racism and xenophobia.