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President Trump’s words are absolutely correct: “This is a humanitarian crisis, a crisis of the heart and a crisis of the soul.” But how he applies these words are absolutely incorrect.
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As a pastoral counselor, I have sat with individuals and families who wait for years in the U.S. for an asylum decision. And so often I am reminded of the Advent season, the season of waiting, when I am with my clients.
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On the first anniversary of the Trump Administration's decision to discontinue the DACA program, the words of DACA recipients in the Jesuit network challenge us to take action to build a society where the contributions of all are valued.