The immigration work of Catholic Charities has been the subject recently of much media scrutiny and public discussion. We’d like to take this opportunity to further educate people about our ministry on this important and ongoing issue.
Statement, February 10, 2022:
The Catholic Church has been ministering to the poor for 2,000 years and Catholic Charities, the U.S. humanitarian arm of the Church, has been caring for our vulnerable sisters and brothers since 1910. In collaboration with every administration since our founding a century ago, we are on the ground doing what they can’t — caring for those who are homeless, hungry, disaster-stricken, out-of-work and suffering. Our work is humanitarian, not political, and we proudly serve both citizens and migrants in our country.
March 17, 2022 | USCCB Statement
Catholic Bishops Statement on Ministry to Migrants and Refugees
March 16, 2022 | CCUSA Statement
Catholic Charities USA commends designation of Afghanistan for Temporary Protected Status
February 16, 2022 | America Magazine
Two nuns have a message for Catholics angry about their ministry to immigrants: ‘We don’t have any intention of stopping.’
September 22, 2021 | America Magazine
This National Migration Week, see the humanity in those arriving at our southern border
August 12, 2021 | Joint Statement with TCCB
CCUSA and Texas Catholic Conference of Bishops Address Ministry with Migrants
April 9, 2021 | CCUSA Statement
Statement in Support of Long-Term Immigration Reform