Politics & SocietyWhat Coronavirus Taught Us
Thomas H. Smolich
How does digital access cross the last mile?
Politics & SocietyNews
Rhina Guidos - Catholic News Service
In November, incoming U.S. President Joe Biden said at a Jesuit Refugee Service event that he would be heading in a dramatically different direction than the previous administration on refugee admissions.
Venezuelan migrants walk along a trail into Brazil, in the border city of Pacaraima, Brazil, in April 2019. (CNS photo/Pilar Olivares, Reuters)
Politics & SocietyDispatches
Eduardo Campos Lima
Refugees “can’t obtain the Brazilian documents,” one local bishop said, “but they keep needing shelter, food and healthcare.”
Somali refugees are escorted by a United Airlines representative as they arrive at the airport on Feb. 13, 2018, in Boise, Idaho. (CNS photo/Brian Losness, Reuters)
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Joshua P. Cohen
President Trump has virtually ended refugee admissions to the United States, Joshua P. Cohen writes, but Joe Biden can restore our leadership as a humanitarian nation.
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Gabriela Romeri
The longtime U.S. maltreatment of refugees and asylum seekers cannot be waved away by a new president.
Politics & SocietyVantage Point
James Martin, S.J.
In this 1993 piece, James Martin reflects on the realities of refugees he met in Thika, Kenya.