NCR Today: Cardinal Reinhard Marx has called for a reduction in the number of refugees Germany takes in but says that policy also must be compassionate and practical.
A church and mosque in France’s “jungle” camp for migrants and refugees have been destroyed, despite authorities’ reportedly promising not to demolish the places of worship. Residents were given minutes.
NCR Today: In the current U.S. political climate, immigration will continue to be a hot-button issue -- but with no resolution in sight.
In today's statement, the Ghana Bishops' Conference urged the government to "act in the best interest of the nation by sending these men back to wherever they came from."
Lebanon continues to bear the brunt of absorbing massive numbers of refugees. A commonly cited figure is that one in four people in Lebanon is displaced from Syria.
Grace on the Margins: In an exhibit at the College of New Rochelle, the manger scene is a powerful reminder of God's presence within our most forsaken people and places.
St. Anthony's functions as a primary health care center, serving Iraqi and Syrian refugees, as well as Lebanon's poor. It is accredited by Lebanon's ministry of health.
At its 25th annual gathering in Georgia, SOA Watch founder Fr. Roy Bourgeois announced the group was planning to change its focus from Ft. Benning to the U.S.-Mexican border.
Commentary: Apply the Golden Rule correctly, and you can't turn away from refugees. The latest Horizons column from Global Sisters Report.
NCR Today: Catch up on USCCB fall meeting coverage; Pope cries out for welcoming church; Syrian refugee policy takes focus in US 2016 politics; and more