Following the two children deaths at theborder in December, US Immigration Officials confirm that stringent and thorough medical checks are being undertaken on every child.
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Another boy, who’s not being named, was taken to hospital in New Mexico after falling ill. He was treated and released, but later his condition deteriorated, he was re-admitted but died on Christmas day. An investigation has been launched into these two tragedies amidst this humanitarian exodus. This follows the death several days ago of […]
Vatican. On his address to the Ambassadors Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Holy See: Switzerland, Malta, The Bahamas, Cabo Verde, Estonia, Iceland, Turkmenistan, Grenada, Qatar and The Gambia, the Holy FAther convey his sentiments of esteem to the respective Heads of State. «No effective humanitarian solution» to the «pressing problem» of the current mass migration […]
Today, we celebrate the memory of our beloved Co-founder, Father Joseph Marchetti, for whom we can well attribute the Gospel text of the Beatitudes: “Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Blessed are they who mourn, for they will be comforted. Blessed are the meek, for they will inherit […]
Washington D.C., An immigrant rights group hopes the Maryland legislature will protect migrant workers in the state from labor trafficking and fraud by banning recruitment fees, licensing recruiters for jobs, and prohibiting discrimination in recruitment. It is fairly common for migrant workers to be charged a fee by a recruiter to be matched with a job […]
Two new welcome homes will be inaugurated in Rome taht will shelter womenrefugee with children and for migrants in situations of vulnerability. It is called “Chaire Gynai”, a Greek phrase that stands for “Welcome, Woman”.
Due to a more than million refugees from South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo who living in his Ugandan diocese, Bishop Sabino Ocan Odoki of Arua appeals for help providing spiritual aid to “our brothers and sisters”.
The Italian Episcopal Conference released a statement on Thursday warning against a culture of fear that, they say, fosters a climate of mistrust and rejection towards migrants. They also appealed for the respect for life and the will to protect, promote and integrate those fleeing their homes.
A statement on the current migratory situation of the General Direction of the Missionaries of St. Charles – Scalabrinians, the Missionary Sisters of St. Charles Borromeo – Scalabrinians and the Scalabrinian Secular Missionaries, at the conclusion of their annual meeting, held in Rome from July 1 to 3, 2018.
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