Immigration

Politics & Society Short Take
Bill McCormick, S.J.September 12, 2017
Neither the Republican or Democratic party can be the home of the Catholic voter.
Politics & Society Short Take
Pascal-Emmanuel GobrySeptember 12, 2017
Sincere questions for my friends on both sides of the immigration debate
Politics & Society Video

Students, faculty, and staff at Jesuit Universities around the country push back against the Trump administration's plan to end DACA, a policy which could lead to the deportation of students at Jesuit Schools.

DACA supporters demonstrate near the White House in Washington on Sept. 5. (CNS photo/Kevin Lamarque, Reuters)
Politics & Society Dispatches
Kevin ClarkeSeptember 08, 2017
Jesuit and other Catholic academic leaders are ready to protect the Dreamers in their communities from deportation forces.
Maira Bordonabe, a member of St. Michael the Archangel Parish in Indianapolis and a married mother of two, shares her story of being taken for deportation at an Aug. 30 rally. (CNS photo/Natalie Hoefer, The Criterion)
Politics & Society News

INDIANAPOLIS (CNS) -- It was a typical day for Maira Bordonabe last spring.

"I dropped my children off for school, then I spent some time in (adoration)," said the married mother of two children, ages 7 and 12, and a member of St. Gabriel the Archangel Parish in Indianapolis.

 (CNS photos: Bob Roller, Joshua Roberts, Reuters) 
Politics & Society Dispatches
Mr. Bannon said he believes the Catholic Church has been “terrible” to Mr. Trump on the issue of immigration.