Migrants, refugees, their families, and communities face multiple crises – historically high levels of forcible displacement, the inequalities and injustices exacerbated by the pandemic, the loss of life and opportunity, and exclusionary attitudes and policies. This panel spoke to these conditions and challenges and offered ideas and insights on how the Church can respond to the gifts and needs of migrants in a more prophetic, faithful, and hopeful way.
Moderator: Kathy Curran, Senior Director, Public Policy Catholic Health Association Panelists
- Rev. Sean Carroll, S.J., Executive Director, Kino Border Initiative
- His Eminence Michael F. Cardinal Czerny, S.J., Under Secretary for the Section on Migrants and Refugees, Vatican Dicastery for Integral Human Development
- Ashley Feasley, Director of Policy, Migration and Refugee Services, USCCB
- Rev. Clete Kiley, Director for Immigration Policy, UNITE HERE
- Msgr. Robert Vitillo, Secretary-General, International Catholic Migration Commission