Christians in the U.S. have taken the Trump administration to task for a dramatic drop in the numbers of persecuted Christian and other refugees being admitted into the country, even though administration officials promised last year to help.
The country that is home to the Nobel prizes and militarily neutral policies for the better part of two centuries has been known for its comparatively open doors to migrants and refugees.
A new report from the U.N. Human Rights Council calls for the prosecution of Myanmar's military leaders for genocide and war crimes.
The Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration is a holistic approach that treats people with kindness and also recognizes economic opportunity.
The example of St. Francis has prompted a New Mexico retreat center to open its doors to refugees, but also to go out in the world to work for justice.
Since April 2017, Catholic Social Services' Welcome the Refugee program has assisted 60 individuals from 10 countries, providing both immediate and long-term support.