Immigration

Hosffman Ospino April 20, 2018
About two-thirds of people born in the United States live in their own homes. Immigrants also have a strong record of homeownership: About half of the 42.3 million foreign-born people in our nation live in their own homes.
A beading session at Loom Chicago. Photo courtesy of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago.
Michael J. O’Loughlin April 19, 2018
The report found that Catholic initiatives addressing the refugee crisis are marked by their commitment to a range of Catholic social teaching, including respect for life, a commitment to the common good, care for the earth and promoting the dignity of work.
Immigrants just released from detention via a U.S. immigration policy known as "catch and release" stand at a bus station April 11 before being taken to the Catholic Charities relief center in McAllen, Texas. (CNS photo/Loren Elliott, Reuters)
J.D. Long-García April 19, 2018
The Legal Orientation Program, which President George W. Bush put into place in 2003, helps detained immigrants know their rights and legal options.
A man carries an image of Blessed Oscar Romero during a March 18 procession in San Salvador, El Salvador, to commemorate the 38th anniversary his murder. Pope Francis has cleared the way for the canonization of Blessed Romero, who was shot and killed March 24, 1980, as he celebrated Mass. (CNS photo/Jose Cabezas, Reuters)
The end of Temporary Protected Status and the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals programs means more than 215,000 Salvadorans are now facing a return to a country in turmoil.
The Editors April 13, 2018
The rate of miscarriages in detention is on the rise.
Residents of Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico, decorate the southern side of the barrier at the border with messages of peace and love. (J.D. Long-García)
America This Week April 11, 2018
Our Apr. 11 guest is J.D. Long-García