Posts Tagged ‘migration’

Journeying Toward a Just Peace for Migrants and Refugees

Saturday, January 6th, 2018

Recognizing how often the people of God found themselves strangers in a foreign land, from Abraham and Jacob to the Holy Family and missionaries through the ages, the plight of migrants and refugees has long been a concern of the Church.  To raise awareness and celebrate the gifts that people from other lands have to […] [Read more]

People On the Move

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016

It is said that Thanksgiving is the busiest travel time of the year. Trains, planes and automobiles are filled with people this week as they happily go to celebrate this holiday weekend with family and friends in other parts of the country. Then, after a few days of feasting and fellowship – as well as […] [Read more]

Seeing Jesus in the Face of Migrants

Monday, March 9th, 2015

Lent offers a time for reflection and examination of conscience. We are invited to meditate on the infinite mercy of God and how we might in our lives manifest that mercy in our world today. As we make our Lenten pilgrimage, I invite you to keep present in your thoughts and prayers our sisters and […] [Read more]