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Best practices in Hispanic ministry

With countless parishes in the United States seeing a growing number of immigrants, many ministers are unsure of what the best ways to integrate...

Parish ministry in a multicultural church: Where are we?

In Dallas, a speaker at a Catholic ministry conference asks the assembled crowd how many people attend parishes with Mass in more than one...

‘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,"...

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...

Former Trump aide says Catholic Church welcomes illegal immigrants for their...

Catholic News Service WASHINGTON — In an interview set to air Sept. 10 on the CBS TV program “60 Minutes,” former White House strategist Steve...

Texas bishops oppose state’s new ‘anti-sanctuary’ law

AUSTIN, Texas — The Catholic bishops of Texas said the state’s move to prohibit cities and other jurisdictions from providing sanctuary to immigrants facing...

Parish provides health care to immigrants

Catholic News Service   NORRISTOWN, Pa. — For immigrants in the country without legal permission, a routine doctor’s visit can be an occasion for panic. Without...

Saving lives must be first concern of immigration policy, pope says

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — The defense of the life, dignity and human rights of migrants and refugees must come before any other question...

After a year of setbacks, uncertainty looms for immigrants in 2017

Catholic News Service WASHINGTON — At a Mass packed mostly with immigrants, Washington’s Auxiliary Bishop Mario E. Dorsonville tried to get the crowd to focus...

After a year of setbacks, uncertainty looms for immigrants in 2017

Catholic News Service WASHINGTON — At a Mass packed mostly with immigrants, Washington’s Auxiliary Bishop Mario E. Dorsonville tried to get the crowd to focus...

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