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Haitian migrants line up as they wait for a QR code to register their migratory situation in Tapachula, Mexico, Dec. 29, 2021. The Diocese of Nuevo Laredo has issued and urgent appeal for assistance as hundreds of Haitian migrants arrive in the oft-violent city hoping to apply for asylum in the United States when Title 42 ends in May. (CNS photo/Jose Torres, Reuters)
Politics & SocietyDispatches
Kevin Clarke
“Haitians have been making their way north, trying to find a safer, more prosperous place” to work and live.
FaithAdvent Reflections
Keara Hanlon
A Reflection for the Monday of the Third Week of Advent
FaithShort Take
Elaine Ayala
The image of Our Lady of Guadalupe has never dimmed in Latin America and the United States. Her feast day on Dec. 12 provides special comfort two years into the Covid pandemic.
Inside the Vatican
On “Inside the Vatican,” Austen Ivereigh joins host Colleen Dulle to discuss his experience at the Mexico City meeting and what lessons the Latin American church can teach the rest of the world about synodality.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection mounted officers attempt to contain migrants as they cross the Rio Grande from Ciudad Acuña, Mexico, into Del Rio, Texas, Sunday, Sept. 19, 2021. Thousands of Haitian migrants have been arriving to Del Rio, Texas, as authorities attempt to close the border to stop the flow of migrants. (AP Photo/Felix Marquez)
Politics & SocietyNews Analysis
Kevin Clarke
With the likelihood that migration to the U.S. border will only increase in the near term, U.S. officials need to shore up existing structures and create new ones.
Pro-life activists demonstrate against legal abortion near Mexico's Supreme Court building in Mexico City July 29, 2020.
Politics & SocietyNews
David Agren - Catholic News Service
Observers say the court decision sets precedent and will lead to decriminalization across the country. The decision also removed criminal sanctions for abortion providers.