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‘Dreamers’ speaking up about their needs, concerns during encuentro

WASHINGTON -- Daniela, 25, is a talented Mexican immigrant who attends a private university on a full scholarship. She is one of the many "Dreamers,"...

Soon-to-be-deported mother praying to God ‘to keep my family together’

INDIANAPOLIS -- After standing in sweltering heat for 40 minutes, dozens of supporters cheered as Erika Fierro emerged from the building May 31. That she...

Catholic groups highlight plight of immigrant mothers on Mother’s Day

WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Days before the U.S. celebrated Mother's Day May 13, the national group Faith in Action urged others to think about immigrant...

Fears growing in Hispanic migrant community

For The Dialog PRINCESS ANNE, Md. – The woman calmly talked with Sister Eileen Eager at Catholic Charities’ Seton Center, requesting help to update her...

Trump talks deporting millions, while bishop sends message on immigrants’ dignity

Catholic News Service BALTIMORE — In a letter read Nov. 14 during the fall general assembly of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, the chairman...

Religious leaders call circuit court ruling on deferred deportation unjust

Religious leaders and immigration advocates expressed support for the Obama administration's plan to seek a ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court after an federal...

Millions could benefit from Obama’s new immigration policies

Catholic News Service HYATTSVILLE, Md. — The meeting room in the middle of Maryland’s most immigrant-dense ZIP code Nov. 20 was full of people who...

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