DACA Action Alert from U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops
Approximately 800,000 young people face the loss of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) protections, which include work authorization and protection from deportation. These are young people who came as children, some so young that the US is the only home that they remember. Pope Francis has called on us to pray and provide support for our brothers and sisters who are migrants and refugees through the historic Share the Journey campaign. Heed his call by speaking out on behalf of young people in our communities who are facing an uncertain future because of the Administration’s recent decision to end the DACA program. Please contact your representatives on Capitol Hill by clicking here.
St. Ignatius Joins the Worldwide "Share the Journey" Campaign for Immigrants and Refugees
On September 27, Pope Francis launched the two-year campaign, calling on Catholics and the faithful to ‘encounter’ migrants and refugees in an effort to break down barriers of fear and build bridges of understanding and hospitality. Find out more below.
Second Thursday of each month, subcommittee meetings at 6:30 PM and general meeting 7:30 PM in Ignatian Hall.