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Ignatian Family Advocacy Month Engages Thousands
During Ignatian Family Advocacy Month (IFAM) this past February, students, faculty, staff, and parishioners from Ignatian Solidarity Network’s member institutions advocated for environmental justice, immigration reform, and humane U.S. policy toward Central America.
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Day 42: A Light to the Nations
In the world today, marked by the problems of climate change, the economic poor are a light to the rest of the nations.
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A Journey of Fear: The Status of Child Migrants
As Catholics, we believe in inclusivity, acceptance, and open-heartedness. For this reason, we must support undocumented immigrants that leave their homes in search of safety and security. Enduring the above listed hardships is absolutely justification for being considered a refugee, and the children who migrate from Latin America undeniably require our support, love, acceptance, and warm welcome into the Land of the Free.