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Refugees

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.”

Pope says immigration issue has to get to the root problems in home countries

Calls on governments to use prudence, generously accepting the number of migrants they can integrate

Pope sides with US bishops in response to family separation policy at the border

US bishops have called the practice "immoral" and say children separated from their parents are "exposed to irreparable harm and trauma"

Pope proposal: For World Refugee Day, have lunch with a migrant

"Create new spaces for sharing ... Celebrate all that unites us!"

There were 3 million more refugees last year, according to UN

Record number of wars, displaced people in 2017

Migration issue needs a change of mindset, proposes pope

A threat to comfort? Potential for enrichment? Numbers? People? How we look at the topic affects our perspectives.

Filipino Cardinal Tagle shares his own migrant story with UN audience

The archbishop of Manila joins other religious leaders in conference for migrants and refugees.

Refugees in Tradition and the Magisterium

Jesuit Alberto Ares explains key points.

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