Sacramento Diocese ‘Shocked’ as Migrants Abandoned at Pastoral Center

When a van dropped off 16 migrants at the Diocese of Sacramento’s pastoral center on Friday, June 2, staff responded as the Church routinely does in emergency situations — help first, ask questions later. The migrants were brought to a parish and eventually given a hotel room.

U.S. Border Bishops Stress Renewed Commitment to Welcome Migrants

The day after Title 42 expired, lifting pandemic public health restrictions that had limited border crossings into the United States, a group of bishops along the southwest U.S.-Mexico border said they “remain committed” to the Church’s efforts to welcome migrants.

Amid Uncertainty At Border, Women Religious Take Mother’s Day to A Migrant Shelter

Mexico, where some women found themselves facing an uncertain future, celebrated Mother’s Day May 10, much like other countries in Latin America where they came from. But far from home, with scarce funds, vulnerable and trying to understand what the May 11 changes to U.S. asylum policy would mean for them, Mother’s Day seemed distant in their memory.