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San Francisco’s Jesuit Parishes Serve, Accompany Migrants in El Paso

Two Jesuit parishes in San Francisco have launched a project sending volunteers to El Paso’s Annunciation House, an organization that has sheltered migrants for more than 40 years.
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Catholic Bishops Speak Out Against Racism and Hatred in Wake of El Paso Shooting

"Once again in our nation we see the face of evil," said Bishop Mark Seitz, who leads the Catholic Diocese of El Paso.
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Faith, Justice, and Action at the Ignatian Justice Summit on Immigration

From July 23-26, twenty-seven students from fourteen Jesuit universities gathered for the Ignatian Justice Summit—weaving together faith, justice, and action for immigration justice.