This Resource Page lists key web sites and articles that will give you relevant information about the clear position of the Catholic Church on issues of interest and concern for Catholics. In particular we recommend the following:
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Archbishop José H. Gomez of Los Angeles: "Immigration, national identity and Catholic conscience"
"Immigration reform is a spiritual issue - it is a test of our faith, our humanity and our compassion." "People do not cease to be our brothers and sisters just because they have an irregular immigration status."
USCCB “Justice for Immigrants Campaign” is a site that explains the Catholic Church’s position on immigration. For a better understanding of the present issues and controversy surrounding immigrants among us, visit the JFI website. Following are links to important resources.
OSV IN FOCUS – The Church’s Changing Face
“U.S. Catholicism in what remains of the first half of the 21st century will be largely shaped by the Hispanic experience.” Read more in the OSV article about the reality, projections and statistics that impact the future life of Catholic parishes.