Catholics on the Front Lines at the Southern Border

Trying to address food, shelter, clothes and medical care needs, but also spiritual and psychological support after harrowing journey.

Pope to Visit Southern US Border?

Media reporting that Francis consulting advisors about possible destinations in Northern Mexico.

U.S. Marine Jailed in Mexico Sustained by Faith in Christ

Andrew Tahmooressi reads the Gospel and the psalms while incarcerated.

In Mexico, a Priest Who Has Received Death Threats Celebrates Mass with a Bulletproof Vest

He knows full well that his repudiation of the mob violence may lead to his death.

Bishops of Mexico to Celebrate Christmas Mass in Prisons

According to the Archdiocese of Mexico City’s News Service, Cardinal Rivera has been celebrating prison Masses during Christmas over the last 18 years.

Our Lady of Guadalupe: Star of the New Evangelization

So powerful is the appeal of Lupita, it has been said, “Mexico is 90 percent Catholic and 100 percent guadalupano.”

Woman Healed by John Paul II Visits Mexico’s Guadalupe Shrine

Floribeth Maria Diaz was given one month to live from a lethal brain aneurism diagnosis, but the intercession of John Paul II healed her and gave her a second chance at life.

Mexico Archdiocese Investigating Possible Eucharistic Miracle

Msgr. Ramiro Valdes Sanchez, vicar general of Guadalajara, Mexico, has announced that the archdiocese is investigating a possible Eucharistic miracle that reportedly took place last week.

Migrants on Mexico’s Border Face ‘Nightmares,’ Priest Says

The immigration system must be overhauled for the sake of human dignity