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Politics & SocietyFeatures
J.D. Long-García
The end of Title 42 could lead to the restoration of asylum on the border. The end of the measure could allow these families to, at long last, find safe haven.
Arts & CultureBooks
Antonio De Loera-Brust
For a brief period in the 19th century, Mexico was ruled by a Hapsburg prince installed by France and named emperor. The story is told brilliantly in Edward Shawcross's new history, 'The Last Emperor of Mexico.'
A member of the Mexican army stands guard outside St. Francisco Javier church in Cerocahui on June 22, 2022. Jesuit Fathers Javier Campos Morales and Joaquín César Mora Salazar were murdered at the parish on June 20 as they offered refuge to a tour guide seeking protection. (CNS photo/Reuters)
Politics & SocietyDispatches
Kevin Clarke
“Our position, after 100 days and after having recovered the bodies, is clear: We demand the municipal, state and federal authorities to be aware of their obligations.”
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Politics & SocietyNews
Fabiola Sanchez - Associated Press
Priests remain at a parish in remote northern Mexico even as the suspected killer of two other Jesuits is on the loose and continues to allegedly lead a local drug gang.
Politics & SocietyNews
Michael J. O’Loughlin
A group of U.S. House representatives wrote to President Biden this week, urging his administration to work with the Mexican government in apprehending the murderer of Fathers Javier Campos and Joaquin Mora.
Two women stand with hands clasped in prayer in the foremost pew of a church
FaithNews
Associated Press - AP
"Today we are remembering the priests, the journalists, the social activists and the young people who have died violently," Fr. Jorge Atilano González told his congregation.