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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.
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Catholic Mobilizing Network Condemns Resumption in Federal Executions

Catholic Mobilizing Network, the national Catholic organization working to end the death penalty and promote restorative justice, strongly condemns Thursday’s announcement by the Department of Justice to resume the practice of capital punishment at the federal level.
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Chair of USCCB Committee on Migration Calls for Reversal of the Expansion of Expedited Removal

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops calls for the reversal of significantly expanded the use of a controversial fast-track removal or “expedited removal” process for migrants suspected of being undocumented.