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He was a remarkable man and true to his convictions and fighting till the end for social justice for immigrants and poor people all over the world," said Nancy Brennan, a niece of the priest.
Shall Christians, who have received full pardon for breaking the laws of God, turn and demand full justice for immigrants who have broken the laws of man?
We are committed to achieving equality for gay and lesbian families for the very same reason that we are committed to winning justice for immigrants, guarding the right of every American to vote and for all workers to be treated with respect: protecting the rights of working men and women is an important part of our collective mission.
Mother Cabrini's contribution to the United States should spur us on to continue to raise our voice for justice for immigrants.
Just as most immigrant faith institutions substitute for the extended families that have been left behind, such congregations also stand at the forefront of the fight for justice for immigrants.
bishops' Justice for Immigrants campaign, told NCR the strategies from the workshops and presentations would aid his work.
bishops' Justice for Immigrants Campaign, a three-year initiative to raise awareness among Catholics about migration issues.
bishops' conference is active in the immigration debate, calling for comprehensive immigration reform through campaigns such as Justice for Immigrants.