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As immigration woes rise, lawmakers can’t agree on solutions

WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Bipartisan disagreement on how to fix the country's immigration system led to failure once again as lawmakers on Capitol Hill turned...

Catholic groups condemn ruling that limits some asylum seekers

WASHINGTON — Asylum seekers fleeing domestic or gang violence need not apply for protection in the United States, said the country's top law enforcement...

After raid, Ohio bishop says immigration system contributes to suffering

WASHINGTON — The bishop of Cleveland said a recent immigration raid at an Ohio gardening and landscape company “makes clear that our current immigration...

Christian crowd vows to ‘reclaim Jesus’ from polarized U.S.

WASHINGTON — Saying that Jesus Christ has been “hijacked” in the name of politics, a large crowd of national Christian leaders and members of...

Archdiocese of Miami seeks prayers as rescuers dig through bridge collapse

Catholic News Service WASHINGTON -- Authorities in Florida's Miami-Dade area said at least six people have died but the number could rise as they search...

Nuns among those arrested in D.C. protesting for ‘Dreamers’

Catholic News Service WASHINGTON -- Dozens of Catholics, including men and women religious, were arrested in the rotunda of a Senate office building in Washington...

Court blocks Trump administration’s effort to end DACA in March

Catholic News Service WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Supreme Court has dealt a blow to the Trump administration's effort to end a program in March that...

Following Florida school shooting, Jesuit calls for legislation on guns

Catholic News Service WASHINGTON -- The head of an organization representing Jesuit middle and high schools in the U.S. and Canada is calling for stricter...

U.S. bishops who’ve seen gun violence up close call for end...

Catholic News Service WASHINGTON -- Philadelphia Archbishop Charles J. Chaput knows all too well the pain left behind after incidents like the 2018 Valentine's Day...

See innocence of unborn in face of immigrants, bishop urges

Catholic News Service WASHINGTON -- Catholics have to learn to see innocence in the faces of those coming to the U.S., just as they see...

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