Immigration

Bishop: Mass migration part of plan to water down Europe’s Christian identity

Dorothy Cummings McLean MILAN, Italy, July 2, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) — A Catholic bishop has stated that the mass migration from Africa and Asia into Europe in recent years is part of a plan to change the Christian identity of Europe. Bishop Athanasius Schneider of Kazakhstan, 57, told an... read more

Catholic Bishops Confuse the Faithful on Immigration and Abortion

America's Catholic bishops put good intentions over common sense when it comes to immigration — and they're silent on abortion. By Christopher Manion, June 18, 2018 When America’s Catholic bishops met in Fort Lauderdale last week, their confab quickly turned into a political rally. Their... read more

Bishop: Deny Communion to Border Agents. It’s a ‘Life Issue.’

By Rev. Ben Johnson on June 15, 2018 Is enforcing U.S. immigration law a moral evil that demands excommunication? Or would a new proposal politicize the Eucharist, strengthen organized crime, and hurt even more migrant children? Roman Catholics must face these questions after Bishop Edward... read more

Bishops debate Catholic voting guidelines in the ‘age of Francis’

By Christopher White, Jun 14, 2018,  NATIONAL CORRESPONDENT FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida - After a robust 90-minute discussion during the second day of their bi-annual meeting, the U.S. bishops voted to advance a proposal to produce new materials to complement their official voting guidelines to... read more

Catholic bishops rebuke Trump’s asylum changes, suggest ‘canonical penalties’

June 13, 2018 FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (RNS) — The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops opened its spring meeting this week with a stern reproach of the Trump administration’s latest immigration policies, with the group’s president suggesting the new rules on asylum are a “right to life”... read more

Mexifornia and the Prophetic Voice of Victor Davis Hanson

By Jonathan B. Coe, May 31, 2018 Classicist and military historian Victor Davis Hanson’s extended essay and memoir, Mexifornia: A State of Becoming, has aged well since it’s publication in 2003, when it was met with significant criticism from both the Left and the economic-libertarian Right,... read more

Migrant Crisis Has Been Averted, Thanks to US-Mexico Cooperation

By Ana Quintana / April 04, 2018 / Over the Easter weekend, news broke about a caravan of Central American migrants heading for the U.S. Led by Pueblo Sin Fronteras, the group of over 1,000 migrants was planning to enter the U.S. illegally. Some were also planning to illegally stay in... read more

The Corrosion of the British Spirit

By William Kilpatrick, March 27, 2018 If you’ve seen Dunkirk, or Darkest Hour, you got a glimpse of Britain’s fighting spirit in the face of great peril. If you know a little bit more about that period, you know why Churchill could say of the British people, “this was their finest... read more

The Real Issues Underlying the Dreamer Debate

By John Horvat II The problem with the “dreamer” debate is that it has little to do with children or their dreams. Most of the “dreamer children” are now adults. On average, the 800,000 recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program who entered America... read more

Islam and secularism want to monopolize the public square. Here’s why that’s concerning

By William Kilpatrick January 9, 2018 (Turning Point Project) – Secularists like to advise Christians that, for the sake of social harmony, they ought to keep their religion to themselves. Religion, they argue, is a private affair between an individual and his designated deity, and ought not... read more

Italian Archbishop: Uncontrolled Immigration Will ‘Crush’ European Society

by THOMAS D. WILLIAMS, PH.D., 9 Jan 2018 Immigration must be “rational,” says the fiery Italian archbishop Luigi Negri, because uncontrolled immigration leads to the “crushing and extermination of our society.” “You can’t just open the doors, as if it were a party,” Negri states... read more

Europe At The Crossroads