Politics & Society NewsJ.D. Long-GarcíaMarch 19, 2019
“We are all humans and we deserve a chance to thrive. We’re not asking for things to be given to us. We’re asking for an opportunity to work hard."
Politics & Society DispatchesJ.D. Long-GarcíaMarch 14, 2019
U.S. and Mexican bishops urged “the administration to reverse this policy, which needlessly increases the suffering of the most vulnerable and violates international protocols.”
Politics & Society DispatchesJ.D. Long-GarcíaMarch 08, 2019
“The historical and practical importance of this ruling cannot be overstated,” according to the deputy director of the A.C.L.U.’s Immigrants’ Rights Project.
Politics & Society DispatchesJ.D. Long-GarcíaMarch 07, 2019
Catholic Community Services of Southern Arizona moved the Casa Alitas shelter for asylum seekers to the monastery in January. Their previous location in Tucson was not big enough to accommodate the influx of asylum seekers.
Politics & Society DispatchesJ.D. Long-GarcíaMarch 06, 2019
A compromise to protect Dreamers and T.P.S. recipients “must not be achieved at the expense of other immigrant children and families,” said Bishop Mario Eduardo Dorsonville-Rodríguez in testimony before the U.S. House Judiciary Committee.
Politics & Society DispatchesJ.D. Long-GarcíaFebruary 14, 2019
A new Catholic initiative connects volunteers with undocumented members of the community who need support.
Faith Faith in FocusJ.D. Long-GarcíaFebruary 01, 2019
Mexican Catholics commemorate the day Mary and Joseph presented the Lord in the temple by bringing statues of the Child Jesus to Mass. And afterward: tamales.
Politics & Society NewsJ.D. Long-GarcíaJanuary 22, 2019
Most of the undocumented immigrants who are in the United States have overstayed a visa and did not cross the border illegally, according to a new analysis from the Center of Migration Studies.
Politics & Society NewsJ.D. Long-GarcíaJanuary 18, 2019
The study found Latina immigrant women in Arizona who were pregnant during the contentious S.B. 1070 passage had babies with lower birthweight compared with those in prior years. Average birth weights did not decrease among U.S.-born white, black or Latina women during the same time.
Politics & Society DispatchesJ.D. Long-GarcíaJanuary 10, 2019
“We witness daily how, working together, people of all faiths can focus on helping the person in front of us,” Sister Pimentel, the executive director of Catholic Charities in the Rio Grande Valley, wrote in an op-ed addressed to the president yesterday in The Washington Post.