- Apr 11, 2021
While Democrats and Republicans are trading accusations for who is to blame for the present crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border, one U.S. bishop says enough is enough.
When Bishop Mark Seitz arrived to El Paso in 2013 he realized that most people don’t understand life on the United States-Mexico Border. Growing up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Seitz acknowledges that he didn’t either.
Leading Catholic organizations and individuals have released a list priorities for protecting migrants during the pandemic.
Church leaders around the world are pleading that migrants not be forgotten during pandemic.
Catholics in Texas are calling on the state’s governor to reconsider his decision not to allow refugee resettlement.
Border Bishop Mark Seitz has released a pastoral letter on racism following the racially motivated El Paso shooting in August.
Immigration officials announced new health checks for immigrant children under detention after a second child, an 8-year-old boy, died Christmas Eve while under the agency’s care.
Bishop Seitz said the caravan of migrants coming to the U.S. is misunderstood and “is not some kind of invading force” as some have characterized it.