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Catholic leaders decried the Senate's rejection of compromise legislation to protect Dreamers, and the role that the Trump administration played in discouraging consensus.
Three archbishops and nine bishops representing at least 13 million Catholics from Sacramento to the Mexican coastal city of Ensenada have resurrected their "Alta-Baja" friendship.
The longest and most passionate discussion on the first day of the fall assembly of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops Nov. 13 focused on how to help immigrants.
Distinctly Catholic: Immigration is one of the issues that unites the bishops, and during the first day of the bishops' plenary session, speakers endorsed a strong defense of immigrants.