Tag: Immigration

When “Eyes Do Not See, Nor Ears Hear”

Cardinal Dolan began a June 2023 essay by lamenting that “religious freedom—our first and most cherished liberty—has wrongly come to be seen by many in the United States as a partisan cause.” What dangerous people hold this disgraceful view? He...

A Bishop Discusses Open Borders

Sacramento Bishop Jaime Soto recently published an essay titled “Migrants Are Not Fodder for Political Propaganda” in the Jesuit magazine America. The argument was as misleading as the title. The Bishop began by explaining that...

The Gospel Message and the U.S. Border Crisis

When two nuns who work with illegal immigrants were accused of “exacerbating the border crisis,” they responded as follows:“It is outrageous to think that our work is driving the immigration numbers. . . . [The immigrants] are leaving dire...

Malta: A Key-Place for the Art of Welcoming

It has been of immense joy that we Maltese, from April 2-3, 2022, joyfully welcomed Pope Francis on our Islands of Malta and Gozo. Pope Francis was the third Roman Pontiff who visited us, after of course the two visits of St John Paul II and Pope...

A Valuable Insight on Immigration

Sometimes insights come in unexpected ways and from unlikely sources. One such insight recently came from Nayib Bukele, President of El Salvador, on Tucker Carlson’s TV show, when he offered his thoughts on the present surge of illegal immigrants...

Our World is Getting Smaller

We have all read about situations like the coronavirus in science fiction novels but now, in 2020, it is actually happening. I saw pictures of airports like O’Hare in Chicago where hundreds of travelers were standing around trying to figure...

The Nearsighted Shepherd, Part 3

A Guide to Improving Shepherding Part 1 showed how the Bishops’ championing of Muslim migration and support of the foes of American democracy advance Political Correctness more than Gospel. Part 2 demonstrated that their...