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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 keep the faith with those working for immigration reform

(Reuters/Robert Galbraith) Much of the media coverage of the immigration reform debate has focused on political intrigue: whether there will … Continued

A plea for common sense and compassion in the immigration debate

A rosary rests between the hands of two protesters during a vigil on immigration policy. (Jonathan Gibby – GETTY IMAGES) … Continued

Evangelicals: We will denounce those that block immigration reform

“We are announcing the Gospel that welcomes the stranger and we will denounce those that block immigration reform.” Some would … 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

Will the Boston bombing change American attitudes about Muslims and immigration reform?

Sens. McCain and Graham want the Boston bombing suspect held as an enemy combatant. (J. Scott Applewhite/AP) FIGURING FAITH | … Continued

Evangelicals see promise in immigration proposal

WASHINGTON — A coalition of evangelical leaders who hope to shape national immigration reform is expressing cautious optimism about 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

For conservatives, a biblical imperitive for comprehensive immigration reform

As Congress now begins their 113th legislative session, they have many difficult and divisive issues to confront. The issue of … Continued

Immigration reform: Hispanic values voters and the agenda of the Lamb

GETTY IMAGES Presidential candidates President Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. Our commitment, as people of strong faith, is … 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

Immigration reform: The view from the faith side

By Katherine MarshallFAITH IN ACTION The irony is familiar but still troubling: America, a nation proudly built by and for … Continued

Immigration reform: A Jewish imperative

Today’s guest blogger is Avi Smolen, a 2009 graduate of Rutgers University. Last year Avi worked as a Faiths Act … Continued

Immigration reform and the Golden Rule

By Robert P. Jonesfounding CEO, Public Religion Research Institute Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer met with President Obama this week to … Continued

Loving our neighbors

Q: Illegal immigrants are flouting U.S. laws, but does affluent America (or Arizona for that matter) have a larger moral … Continued

We need immigration reform

By John C. WesterCatholic Bishop, Salt Lake City Upon signing into law SB 1070, the Arizona immigration bill which would … Continued

Religious groups react to tough Arizona immigration law

A wide range of religious leaders are speaking out about Arizona’s new immigration law, the strictest in the nation. The … Continued

Immigration reform is right and just

By Cardinal Roger MahonyCatholic Archbishop of Los Angeles Sunday on the National Mall, tens of thousands of persons from across … Continued

Keeping faith with immigrants and America

By Rev. Jon Pedigopastor, St. Julie Billiart Parish, San Jose, Calif. As our national political debate remains focused on the … Continued

Faith-based postcard campaign for immigration reform

A wide range of religious leaders are working to lobby for comprehensive immigration reform by delivering one million pro-reform postcards … Continued