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Immigration

Confessions of a new cardinal to whom the pope is entrusting a most delicate mission

God knows very well how to use a poor man to contribute to the coming of His Kingdom.

At St. Peter’s Square, Pope Francis unveils sculpture dedicated to migrants

The statue was created by Canadian artist Timothy Schmalz, known for his "Homeless Jesus" sculptures.

Knights of Columbus launch new initiative: Helping refugees at border

"Let me be clear: This is not a political statement. This is a statement of principle."

Pope will celebrate Mass for migrants

The Holy Father desires that the moment be as recollected as possible in the remembrance of how many have lost their lives fleeing war and misery.

Border patrol facilities are overcrowded, says report from Homeland Security inspector

One person interviewed for report calls situation "ticking time bomb."

Mexican bishop laments drowning death of migrants in Rio Grande

Photos of father and toddler in river send shock waves as far as Rome.

US Bishops renew call for immigration reform

"We recognize right to control borders, but broad actions instill panic," Catholic leaders warn.

Vatican has 4 verbs for how to deal with migrant question, says pope

And he suggests a slight change in terminology to better reflect our Christian spirit.

Women in prostitution transform themselves into seamstresses

The Bakhita Workshop in Paris gives women a chance to change their lives.

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