In the spotlight this week: presidential inauguration, pro-life rally, COVID-19 memorial.
Pope Francis encouraged people to put themselves in the shoes of victims of human trafficking in the book, “I Am Joy: A Cry of Freedom from the Slavery of Trafficking.”
The Catholic Health Association issued an extensive list of priorities it would like President-elect Joe Biden’s administration to pursue.
“We hope that people who visit this memorial will recognize that history should be repeated, that there was a care for the outcast and marginalized which Mother Cabrini understood, and we need that same care today,” Brooklyn’s bishop said.
U.S. bishops’ migration committee told a House subcommittee Sept. 23 immigrants are among the front-line essential workers in the country during the pandemic and must be eligible for stimulus relief.
Sister Norma Pimentel, a Missionary of Jesus and executive director of Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley, becomes one of Time magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world.
Faith leaders July 21 criticized President Donald Trump for issuing a memorandum that aims to bar immigrants who are living in the country without documentation from being counted in the 2020 census.
Restrictions issued by the Trump administration during the coronavirus could have wide-ranging repercussions, particularly for immigrant families, and eliminate legal pathways into the U.S.