Jesuits Ask Their Parishes to Respond to Plight of Migrants on Feast of the Holy Family

As the Catholic Church celebrates the Feast of the Holy Family, the Jesuit Provinces in Canada and the United States have called on Jesuit-run parishes across North America to discern how they can best respond to the plight of migrants and immigrants.

Catholic Bishops Support Legislation to Sustain DACA Program for Undocumented Young People

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) spoke out in support of the BRIDGE Act, legislation that would provide temporary relief from deportation for young people without documentation currently enrolled or able to enroll in the Obama administration's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.

“Chains Shall He Break”: Justice in the Music of the Christmas Narrative

Holiday carols, properly heard, can rightly be counted among the “resistance literature” that is our Christmas narrative.