What Can I Do?

  • Pray the Rosary for Vulnerable Migrant Populations during Covid 19 - In this moment of extreme uncertainty and isolation, we turn to our faith and to Mary for strength,
    compassion and solidarity. Mary, as the mother of our Savior defends the vulnerable. This is particularly important as we struggle with sudden, external threats, like COVID-19. The Catholic Bishops of the United States, in their pastoral letter Welcoming the Stranger Among Us: Unity in Diversity, invite us to enter into the mystery of the Mystical Body of Christ. As St. Paul teaches in his first letter to the Corinthians, the mystery is that we are made part of that Body through our Baptism. By learning to celebrate our individual differences while embracing our union with others, we grow not only in our understanding of Jesus, but in the knowledge of our own true selves. Such knowledge flies in the face of a culture that promotes fear and “othering” of immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers. In their pastoral letter, the Bishops challenge us to embrace our sisters and brothers through four calls: conversion, communion, solidarity, and  evangelization. We invite you to pray the rosary with us for vulnerable people on the move. 
    Justice for Immigrants

 

  • Act  

Faith in Action - Accompaniment training to support immigrants

 

  • Advocate

Sign up for Action Alerts.​ 

See this Justice for Immigrants Toolkit for advocacy steps that you can take.

 

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