Zac Davis January 12, 2018
President Trump’s latest racist remarks have many of asking: Who are we? What do we stand for? Who do we welcome and why?
A Pakistani woman and her daughter stand in a buffet line during a Catholic Charities-hosted party for refugees held in observance of World Refugee Day June 2017 in Amityville, N.Y. (CNS photo/Gregory A. Shemitz)
Kevin Clarke January 09, 2018
As many as 17 to 23 Catholic Charities offices around the country are now confronting the end of programs that have been successfully assimilating thousands of refugees into U.S. society for decades
Michael J. O’Loughlin January 08, 2018
The undocumented “remind us who we were called to be, not only as a nation of immigrants but as a people of faith.”
Pope Francis greets young people after celebrating Mass with youths Nov. 30 at St. Mary's Cathedral in Yangon, Myanmar. Foreign trips, a focus on the rights and needs of migrants and refugees and a Synod of Bishops dedicated to young people all are on the 2018 calendar for Pope Francis. (CNS photo/L'Osservatore Romano via Reuters)
Pope Francis, newly 81, will begin 2018 with a focus on Mary and on migrants and refugees.
Bishop Thanh Thai Nguyen is seen in this undated photo. He entered the country as a young refugee from Vietnam in 1973. (CNS photo/courtesy Diocese of St. Augustine)
Bishop Nguyen was forced to flee his native country as a seminarian, spending 18 days at sea without food or water.
A mother and daughter are seen at a refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh Oct. 22. (CNS photo/Hannah McKay, Reuters) 
James Martin, S.J. December 27, 2017
A family is forced to flee their homeland for fear of persecution. This is the classic modern-day definition of a refugee.