Chaldean-Americans protest on June 12 outside Mother of God Chaldean Catholic Church in Southfield, Mich., after dozens of Chaldean Christians were arrested by federal immigration officials over the weekend of June 10 and 11 in the Detroit metropolitan area. (CNS photo/Rebecca Cook, Reuters) 
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Some Chaldeans and their supporters are wondering why more Christian Americans—their co-religionists—are not speaking out against the impending deportation of hundreds of them from the U.S. to Iraq.
U.S. President Donald Trump announces his decision to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement at the White House in Washington on June 1. (CNS photo/Kevin Lamarque, Reuters)
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The Trump administration has canceled the immigration program intended to protect parents of U.S. citizens from deportation.
Refugees wait to see Pope Francis at the Moria refugee camp on the island of Lesbos, Greece, in this April 16, 2016, file photo. (CNS photo/Paul Haring)
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The chalice was handcrafted primarily with wood from a refugee boat that landed upon the beaches of Lampedusa.
Syriac Bishop Barnaba Yousif Habash of Newark, N.J., speaks June 14 during the opening sesson of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops' annual spring assembly in Indianapolis. (CNS photo/Natalie Hoefer, The Criterion)
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On the same day the bishops decided to establish a permanent committee on religious liberty, they agreed to extend the work of an ad hoc committee on immigration.
People participate in a protest on Feb. 11 against U.S. President Donald Trump's immigration policy and the recent Immigration and Customs Enforcement raids in New York City. (CNS photo/Stephanie Keith, Reuters)
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Catholic bishops pledged to be more proactive in laying out a vision for comprehensive immigration reform.
A woman holds a child's hand as they arrive for a rally in support of immigrants' rights in New York City on Dec. 18, 2016.  (CNS photo/Gregory A. Shemitz)
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Local law enforcement and local jurisdictions should not be required to enforce federal immigration law, Cardinal Daniel N. DiNardo said.