The call to end a U.S. policy that keeps migrants out because of COVID-19 fears has been a constant rallying cry among immigrant advocate circles this summer.
An unpopular immigration policy may end, but not for all
Backing Catholic action day, bishops call out ‘cruelty’ in policies
Catholic leaders and advocates protest the Trump administration’s handling of detained immigrant children during a “Catholic Day of Action for Immigrant Children” July 18, 2019, in the Russell Senate Office Building in Washington.
As immigration policy changes, so does work of Catholic organizations
The Federal Enforcement Effect Research Survey, also called the FEER survey, released June 12 by the Center for Migration Studies in New York, analyzed the impact of intensified immigration enforcement on the work of Catholic organizations and other faith-based groups that work with immigrants.
U.S. Embassy to Vatican prepares to welcome new ambassador
U.S. Ambassador to the Holy See, Callista Gingrich, has stated her efforts will be in fighting human trafficking and protecting religious liberty around the globe, not just regarding the persecution of Christians, but of any religious minority.