The Catholic bishops are on record as sayng 'Current immigration law fails to meet the moral test of dignity'. Cardinal Roger Mahony of Los Angeles has taken particular interest in the issue (See: Common ground sought for immigration solutions.)
How are other religious groups approaching immigration? New America Media reports that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, wants to remain "neutral."
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But the Mormon leadership has remained neutral, issuing an official statement on immigration today urging “civil discourse,” “goodwill of all across the political spectrum,” and “careful reflection,” but stopping short of signaling a church position on the issue.
Read the full report here: Mormon Church Under Pressure on Immigration