Articles for Border

Migration Pandemic

Well as you all know the pandemic has giving us what I call a “migrating experience.”  Some of us have had to move from our workspaces to home spaces and create a job atmosphere. 

Unaccompanied Minors at the Border

Sister Migdalia, a Daughter of Charity who has been working in El Paso, is a member of the “confraternity of Vincentians on the Border.” Here she shares with us the first of two reflections.

Hope Found at the Border: Vincentian Volunteers in El Paso, Texas and Juarez, Mexico

Each year, Colorado Vincentian Volunteers takes our volunteers to El Paso, Texas and Juarez, Mexico to study the issues at the border. These are a few of their reflections.

Vincentian Family seeks collaboration for children fleeing violence

"Surely, the Lord hears the cry of the Poor. Our job is to make Congress hear it too" writes Giulio Grecchi of the SVDP Voice of the Poor Committee The humanitarian crisis at our Southern Border, while overshadowed in the news by recent violent events elsewhere,...
Hearing the cries of the poor at the border

Hearing the cries of the poor at the border

Who hears the cry of the young mothers and children detained at the border? asks Giulio Grecchi, Tucson, AZ, Western Region Voice of the Poor Representative. After describing the situation he pleads “Something has to be changed” and offers suggestions about what Vincentian can do

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