Sunday, September 18, 2022036Several U.S. Catholic bishops slammed the actions of Republican politicians who have recently begun to send out of their states groups of women, children and men seeking refuge.
Thursday, July 28, 2022029As the church prepares to commemorate the World Day of Migrants and Refugees in September, Pope Francis launched a video campaign meant to highlight the spiritual and cultural contributions that migrants bring to people's lives.
Thursday, July 14, 2022030San Antonio Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller was still tending to the pain of the community of Uvalde, Texas, reeling from a mass school shooting that in late May left 19 children and their two teachers dead, when another tragedy landed on the doorstep of his Texas diocese.
Wednesday, September 29, 2021017Auxiliary Bishop Mario E. Dorsonville of Washington urged people to take up Pope Francis' invitation to "move from indifference to solidarity" to be better understand the plight of migrant people and refugees around the world.
Sunday, September 12, 20210129
La fe de Douglas Interiano es una roca que sostiene su pasión, por la defensa de los más vulnerables.
Por Violeta Rocha
Especial para Revista Católica Dallas
De madre mexicana y padre salvadoreño, Douglas Interiano estaba destinado a encontrar su misión en la hermandad de los pueblos. Apenas entraba en la adolescencia cuando...
Monday, August 16, 2021093Youth bearing flags from several countries processed into the Cathedral Shrine of the Virgin of Guadalupe ahead of Bishop Edward J. Burns on Aug. 7. In addition to the United States flag, six of those flags represented the countries of many of the unaccompanied migrant teen boys who were housed at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention...
Friday, July 2, 2021034 A Catholic agency has collaborated with a professor from The Catholic University of America on a report pointing out deficiencies but also opportunities in the care of unaccompanied migrant children in the United States.
Friday, March 19, 20210249As word was announced this week that a Dallas facility had been chosen to house up to 3,000 migrant teenagers, the Catholic faithful in the Diocese of Dallas sprang into action to help those in need.