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A Journey of Fear: The Status of Child Migrants

As Catholics, we believe in inclusivity, acceptance, and open-heartedness. For this reason, we must support undocumented immigrants that leave their homes in search of safety and security. Enduring the above listed hardships is absolutely justification for being considered a refugee, and the children who migrate from Latin America undeniably require our support, love, acceptance, and warm welcome into the Land of the Free.
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Unaccompanied Children from Central America: Circumstances Today and A Direction Forward for the U.S.

During the summer of 2014 the U.S. experienced an influx of unaccompanied children as well as other family members family members who came to the US-Mexico border from Central America, mainly from El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras.

Central America’s Northern Triangle: Complex Solutions Needed

The Northern Triangle region is facing complex issues which are causing spillover effects and knocking at the door of the United States. This crisis will take time and a multifaceted approach to address. Rather than subscribing to vague plans which tell us how resolve the region’s socioeconomic issues, we must remain open to dialogue with all stakeholders and civil society in particular.