After court order, DHS officials aim to resume 'Remain in Mexico' policy

Officials from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security said in an Oct. 14 court filing they were ready to begin implementing once again a Trump-era immigration policy with which they disagree -- the Migrant Protection Protocols, also called "Remain in Mexico" or MPP policy.

Details released on El Salvador's upcoming beatifications as COVID-19 rises

Salvadoran bishops released details on the January beatifications of Rutilio Grande, Manuel Solórzano, Nelson Rutilio Lemus and Cosme Spessotto, but also encouraged participation locally, to curb COVID-19 infections.

Black Catholic administrators call out treatment of Haitians at border

A group of Black Catholic administrators is calling on "Catholic leaders to do something, to say something" about undertones of racism they say is playing out in the treatment of Haitians at the U.S.-Mexico border.

Appeals court backs Biden administration on some migrant expulsions

A federal appeals court backed the Biden administration in a Sept. 30 ruling saying officials can resume using a Trump-era public health provision to expel migrants who crossed the border illegally, citing coronavirus concerns