He knows tone matters.
On July 28th, U.S. District Court Judge Susan Bolton made a ruling on the Arizona Immigration controversy, blocking the most contentious aspects of the law. The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has commended the judges’ ruling.
During an interfaith prayer service after the ruling, Bishop Eduardo Nevares stated, “We need to remember our Christian principles, the values of Je... More
This Thursday, July 29th, the controversial Arizona immigration law is set to take effect. While the majority of Americans agree with the passage and enactment of this law, the Church has opposed it from the beginning.
In the most recent show of opposition, Bishop Gerald Kicanas testified before the House Subcommittee on Immigration, Citizenship, Refugees, Border Security, and International Law o... More
Remember the USCCB’s anti-FOCA postcard campaign last year? Well get ready to send out another set of postcards this year! Apparently, the incredible success of the anti-FOCA campaign (Senate aides told me they were entering the postcards in their database for 3 months) has encouraged the Bishops to launch a similar campaign in support of immigration reform.
Coinciding with National Migratio... More