US Bishops Announce National Migration Week saying "...for the first time in history, over 100 million forcibly displaced persons in the world." FULL TEXT
Catholic Faithful Invited to Encounter Those Living on the Existential Peripheries During National Migration Week and World Day of Migrants and Refugees
WASHINGTON - The Catholic Church in the United States marks National Migration Week (September 19-25) as an opportunity for the faithful to reflect on the circumstances confronting migrants, refugees, and victims of human trafficking, among others. The week-long observation customarily concludes with the Vatican’s World Day of Migrants and Refugees (WDMR) on the last Sunday of September.