"PLEASE NOTE: We plan to march even if the government shutdown is not yet resolved," declares the March for Life website, marchforlife.org. "We have marched for 45 years and will march again this year to end the human rights abuse of abortion."
Crowded living conditions, poverty and months of waiting in uncertainty are the lot of caravan migrants who are stuck in Tijuana, Mexico, and seeking asylum in the U.S. Despite the hardships, a number of couples are celebrating love at the border.
Though not allowed to speak at Trump's roundtable, Sr. Norma Pimentel described asylum-seekers' plight in an open letter. Meanwhile, a host of women religious have volunteered at the border in recent months.