A new book looks at Christianity’s roots in migration

Father Daniel Groody, who has been a consultant on migration matters for the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, said that to look at the history of the early church is to see the foundations of the church “as fundamentally migrant.”

Perceptions of migrants are in the political crosshairs ahead of midterms

“In recent days and weeks, we have witnessed the troubling convergence of our broken immigration system and the political divisions of our time being inflicted upon men, women, and children seeking refuge in our country,” said Washington Auxiliary Bishop Mario Dorsonville, chairmen of the USCCB’s Committee on Migration.