There is nothing new about migration. It is an issue as old as humanity. Lives of people all over the world are touched by the need of some to migrate to enjoy the fruits of their labor and claim lives of dignity. We debate, we legislate, but do we investigate immigration in light of our scriptural and social teaching?
Who are these people we call immigrants? They could be your parents, your grandparents, your teachers, your friends, your doctors, your policemen, your grocer, your waiter, your cook, your babysitter, your gardener, your lawyer, your favorite actor, actress, or sports hero, your shopkeeper. Immigrants permeate the fabric of America. They are an integral part of our society, its goals and its values.
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