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USCCB Border Wall

Posted by on Jul 26, 2017 in Resources Front Page, USCCB News | Comments Off on USCCB Border Wall

USCCB COM Letter OnTheBorderWallFunding 7.26.17

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USCCB Statement on Immigration Executive Action

Posted by on Feb 1, 2017 in USCCB News | Comments Off on USCCB Statement on Immigration Executive Action

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Justice for Immigrants Campaign

Posted by on Sep 20, 2013 in USCCB News | Comments Off on Justice for Immigrants Campaign

Justice for Immigrants Campaign

http://www.justiceforimmigrants.org/ Antonio B. Cube Jr., Campaign Manager Justice for Immigrants U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops 3211 Fourth Street, NE Washington, DC  20017 Phone:  202-541-3245 Current information on the Justice for Immigrants campaign can be found here.   Pope Francis’ message for World Day of Migrants and Refugees: “A Church without frontiers, mother to all”   ***************************************************************************************************************************** In June 2004, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops...

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Press Releases

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Press Releases

Press Releases       FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   CIIC Disappointed Over SCOTUS Decision on Executive Action   June 23, 2016– The Coalition of Irish Immigration Centers (CIIC) is disappointed by the US Supreme Court’s 4-4 ruling in US v. Texas, upholding the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals’ decision and preventing the implementation of President Obama’s 2014 administrative relief programs for immigration. The expansion of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA+) and enactment of Deferred Action for Parents of US Citizens & Permanent...

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USCCB News

Posted by on Sep 20, 2013 in USCCB News | Comments Off on USCCB News

USCCB News

USCCB News U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops 3211 Fourth Street, NE Washington, DC 20017 202-541-3000 www.usscb.org The USCCB is an assembly of the Catholic Church hierarchy who work together to unify, coordinate, promote, and carry on Catholic activities in the United States; to organize and conduct religious, charitable, and social welfare work at home and abroad; to aid in education; and to care for immigrants. The bishops themselves constitute the membership of the Conference and are served by a staff of over 350 lay people, priests, deacons, and religious. Latest News » USCCB Border...

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