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Migration and Refugee Services in the News



Catholic Charities Jacksonville created this short, wonderful documentary that highlights the role and contribution of volunteers in refugee resettlement. They used funds from our POWR (Parishes Organized to Welcome Refugees) program to make the video, so we're especially proud of it.
(Credit: Producer Carlos Bouvier; Sarah Male & Michelle Karolak of Catholic Charities Jacksonville)

But who are refugees...and why should we help them?
Faces of Resettlement video from the Center for Applied Linguistics (CAL), produced with funding from the Department of State Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration, tells the story of the people we serve.


Migration Policy Director interviewed on Irish Radio Network USA, February 24, 2013 Justice, prudence and immigration reform.  February 19, 2013

Washington Post: Effort to change immigration law sparks internal battle within GOP.  February 13, 2013

National Catholic Reporter: Immigration politics shift from fear to possibility.  February 11, 2013

San Jose Mercury News: The 'Family Values' case for Immigration Reform.  February 1, 2013

New York Times: Senators Look at '07 Failures for Lessons Immigration Overhaul.  January 31, 2013

Bishop John Wester of Salt Lake City in Deseret News: "My View: A Path to Citizenship",  January 29, 2013

Archbishop Wenski Op-Ed in the Miami Herald: "Pathway to Citizenship best way to reform immigration"  January 16, 2013

Cincinnati Herald: Observing National Migration Week 2013  January 12, 2013 

Catholic News Service: Migration Week brings revived interest in letter, push for legislation.  January 3, 2013

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