On Nov. 25, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, the German bishops' conferences and Catholic women's organizations reiterated the plight of women refugees.
Global Sisters Report: Now known for its swift immigration response to the Syrian refugee crisis, Canada accepts more Syrian refugees than any other country.
Greek Refugees: "I’m afraid it’s not going to last," Alexis Papahelas, executive editor of Kathimerini, Greece’s premier newspaper, said of the current cordial relations.
Aboard the papal plane: Countries should take in refugees and prudent about only accepting as many as they can integrate into their societies, the pope said.
Faith and Justice: Jesuit Refugee Service works in 45 countries serving 724,000 people, 55 percent of whom are Muslim.
Preview: Jesuit Refugee Services and Catholic sisters are working to help deported Haitians and citizens of the Dominican Republic survive at the countries' border.
The Peace Pulpit: "Rather, draw them in, become the one human family, living in peace and goodness and love that Jesus calls us to be."
When Franciscan Br. Michael Minton heard that Jewish Family & Community Services East Bay needed temporary housing for single Muslim male refugees, he knew it was the answer to prayer.
The Field Hospital: San Francisco-area parishes are successfully resettling refugees in their communities but face challenges as housing costs continue to rise.
NCR Today: I'm listening to a news account of how difficult it is for Germans to accept the refugees Angela Merkel has invited into the country.