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Wide-Ranging Catholic Call for Regional Church Response to Needs of Migrants

A wide-ranging group of Catholic organizations, including many connected to the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) throughout the Americas, is encouraging Catholic bishops throughout the United States, Mexico, and Central America to work collaboratively to protect migrants and improve life in the communities they are fleeing from. 
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Leaders Call on Biden to Address Root Causes of Migration from Central America

The Ignatian Solidarity Network has joined faith-based and civic groups and leaders, including Catholic and Episcopal Bishops from El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala, Mexico, and the U.S., calling on President-elect Biden to fundamentally change U.S. policy toward Central America to address the root causes of migration.
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Migration Needs “Policies of Life” Says Regional Jesuit Network

During their annual meeting, the Jesuit Migration Network of Central America and North America (RJM-CANA in Spanish) issued a public statement calling attention to the realities of migration facing people throughout the Americas.