Refugees

Catholic News Service November 21, 2016
"We were concerned about the levels of intolerance, of attitudes hardening, of attitudes of exclusion."
Jim McDermott November 18, 2016
“We are not going to engage in law enforcement activities solely based on someone’s immigration status."
Migrants reach out from a boat during rescue operations Oct. 20 in the Mediterranean Sea. (CNS photo/Italian Red Cross via EPA)
The day before Donald Trump was elected president of the United States, Pope Francis said he would make no judgments about the candidate and was interested only in the impact his policies would have on the poor.
David Stewart November 17, 2016
The move to shut down the camp put further pressure on the British government to accept more of the refugees who have been piling up at Calais, especially the camp’s many unaccompanied children. Almost all the refugees had been hoping to make it to Britain. In mid-October, as the first young p
The Editors November 15, 2016
The plight of these children and teens highlights the growing problem of unaccompanied child migrants throughout Europe.
David Stewart November 02, 2016
French authorities’ move to shut down the camp put further pressure on the British government to accept more refugees, especially unaccompanied children.