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Refugees

The incredible story of an 8-year-old chess champion and the kindness of others

Fleeing the Boko Haram, his Christian family made it to America and are now living in a homeless shelter, but probably not for long.

Wildfire breaks out near refugee camps on Greek island of Lesbos

Migrants continue to arrive from war-torn areas of Near East

4 million refugee children aren’t going to school

Results of the latest report by an agency of the United Nations

Italian bishops accept majority of Eritrean migrants stranded in Sicily

Ireland and Albania are the only countries to offer help to take in refugees.

Pope sends donation to South Korean diocese hosting Yemeni refugees

Bishop and Francis' rep in country encourage faithful to be welcoming.

Disabled Syrian girl no longer needs pipes and tin cans to help her walk

A refugee from Aleppo, little Maya Merhii gets an assist from Turkey.

Good Samaritan didn’t check on documents, says Pope Francis

In Mass marking 5th anniversary of trip to island that receives migrants, pope laments the plight of those knocking on the doors of countries with greater wealth

Catholics can change immigration from a ‘problem’ to a ‘solution’

Immigrant stories can have a happy ending. But who will that depend upon?

“After this our exile”: What we learn from watching Mary flee

“Get the baby,” he hissed. “We have to go. Now.”

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