Immigration

Protestors rally to support Temporary Protected Status near the U.S. Capitol in Washington on Sept. 26. (CNS photo/Tyler Orsburn)
Politics & Society Dispatches
J.D. Long-GarcíaOctober 20, 2017
Around 200,000 Salvadorans and 57,000 Hondurans have been residing in the United States for more than 15 years under Temporary Protected Status. But that status is set to expire in early 2018.
Undocumented students at Loyola Marymount University demonstrate on campus in front of a piece of the Berlin Wall shortly before the 2016 presidential election. (Photo by Antonio De Loera-Brust) 
Politics & Society Podcasts
The EditorsOctober 19, 2017
“Immigrants historically have given so much more to the building of this country than they have ever taken.”
Students at Loyola Marymount University organized a march of solidarity in support of undocumented immigrants.
Politics & Society Features
Catholics are called to act and to equip ourselves with truth-telling tools to transform the polemics of immigration into a grace-filled response to human suffering.
A Salvadoran father carries his son while running in Huehuetoca, Mexico, in June 2015 as they try to board a train heading to the U.S-Mexico border. (CNS photo/Edgard Garrido, Reuters)
Politics & Society Dispatches
Jan-Albert HootsenOctober 12, 2017
Poverty and criminal violence are pushing hundreds of thousands of people northward while escalated deportations are tearing families apart in the United States.
A woman holds a child during an immigration rally near the U.S. Capitol in Washington Sept. 26. (CNS photo/Tyler Orsburn)
Politics & Society News
“The migrant family is a crucial component of our globalized world,” said Archbishop Ivan Jurkovic, Vatican observer to U.N. agencies in Geneva.
Photo by James Pond on Unsplash
Politics & Society News
Catholic News ServiceOctober 11, 2017
Trump's new immigration policy proposals “are not reflective of our country's immigrant past, and they attack the most vulnerable.”