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Latinx Catholic Leaders Organize Prophetic National Pilgrimage To Demand Justice at the Border

In the face of increased hate rhetoric, violence and the ongoing militarization of Latinx communities, a group of Catholic Latinx leaders organized a national pilgrimage to the border, teach-in, and public action, held October 11th-13th in El Paso, Texas. 
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Catholic Bishop Releases Pastoral Letter on Racism in Aftermath of El Paso Shooting

On October 13, 2019, Bishop Mark J. Seitz of the Diocese of El Paso released a pastoral letter, Night Will Be No More, responding to racism, xenophobia, hatred, and white supremacy and the August 3, 2019 massacre at a Walmart in El Paso that left twenty-two dead.
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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.