Last week, as the arbitrary March 5th deadline imposed on Congress by the President to pass legislation for DACA recipients passed, hundreds rallied at the Capitol.
February 27th was a big day for justice as 40 Catholic leaders, mostly women religious risked arrest as they prayed the rosary in the Russell Senate Office Building Rotunda standing in solidarity with DREAMERS and their families.
In the book of James, chapter 2, verse 17, we are told, "faith ... if it does not have works, is dead." As people of faith, we believe one of these works of our faith is participation in civil disobedience. If you are discerning some type of nonviolent civil disobedience, we offer the following resource to help guide you.
In our ongoing efforts to support and advocate for immigrants and refugees, we offer this information on Pope Francis' Share the Journey Campaign