The coronavirus pandemic has complicated the situation of migrants and refugees, but it has not stopped people from seeking safety and a better life abroad.
Lebanese were reeling after a massive explosion at Beirut’s port destroyed homes, businesses and livelihoods across the capital, and Catholic leaders immediately took action and called for international support.
The Vatican is committed to discussing solutions for the migration and refugee movements to preserve human dignity and lives including resettlement programs.
The sufferings of the Rohingya community in the Bangladeshi refugee camps have been compounded amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
Unable to take part in the race due to the pandemic, the athletes met with the pope May 20.
Pope Francis’ vision of “integral human development” and “integral ecology” involves identifying the connections between the condition of human beings and the condition of the environment.
Catholic immigration attorney presented at the NCCL online conference looking at the legal and moral committment of asylum issues.