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"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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Catholic leaders on the U.S.-Mexico border this week offered insights on President Trump’s recent comments, speaking to border community realities and human dignity.
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"Asylum is not a crime," was the critical message of a statement by issued by three national Catholic leaders representing the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, Catholic Relief Services, and Catholic Charities USA.
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