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COMMENTARY: Immigrants Are Us

WASHINGTON — More than any other organized religion in the United States, the Catholic Church is an immigrant church that … Continued

Evangelicals launch $250,000 immigration campaign

During the last attempt to overhaul the nation’s immigration laws in 2007, the Southern Baptist Convention never fully embraced a … Continued

An evangelical prayer for immigration reform

Today, in Washington, D.C., hundreds of evangelicals from across the country gathered to worship, pray and meet with legislators to … Continued

Arizona’s show me your stigma law

AP Members of Promise Arizona, Leonila Martinez, left, Patricia Rosas, and Gustavo Cruz, right, react to the United States Supreme … Continued

Why are evangelicals supporting immigration reform?

Americans believe there’s too much religion talk in the public sphere, and these days, it’s especially easy to be cynical. … Continued

Catholic bishops issue rallying cry for ‘religious freedom’

The nation’s Catholic bishops are calling on the faithful to pray and mobilize in a “great national campaign” to confront … Continued

Minister sees no choice but to fight for refugees

HIGHLAND PARK, N.J. — He is young and looks even younger than his 36 years. Yet in the midst of … Continued

2011: A big year for social conservatives

Darren McCollester Linda Dupere holds a sign at a Tea Party tax day rally April 15, 2011 outside the Statehouse … Continued

Should Christians apologize for enforcing immigration laws?

John Bazemore AP A protester reacts during a rally protesting Georgia’s new immigration law on the Capitol steps Monday, June … Continued

Henry Kissinger’s betrayal: a stark contrast with other American Jews in public life

By Menachem Z. Rosensaft There can be no question that the recently released White House recordings by the Nixon Presidential … Continued