2015 Archived Statements from Bishops

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A message from the Catholic Bishops of New Jersey

Cardinal O’Malley: Walking in the path of the Good Samaritan

Archbishop Schweitz: Alaska Shouldn’t let fear of the other get in the way of helping refugees

USCCB: Statement from Archbishop Kurtz, President of USCCB

Archbishop Wenski: Open our hearts to refugees

Archbishop Vingeron on Muslim Immigration, Religious Liberty

Cardinal McCarrick: Syrian refugees are a test of our nation’s values

Archbishop Tobin regarding the resettlement of a family of refugees from Syria

Statement by the Catholic Bishops of Montana on the Syrian Refugee Crisis

Bishop Brungardt on the the Syrian refugee crisis

Rhode Island Catholic: Refugees Must Not be shunned

Texas Catholic Conference: Call for Conscience and Faith for Refugees and Security

Catholic Bishops of New Mexico Statement on Refugees

Cardinal Dolan: Refugees, Terrorism and American values: Acts of terror do damage beyond the physical harm they inflict

Archbishop Cupich: We know the refugees, they are us

Statement by Kansas Bishops on Syrian resettlement in the United States

Cardinal O’Malley on the Syrian immigration response to Paris Attacks

Archbishop Cupich: Let us give liberty and justice

Missouri Catholic Conference Statement on terrorist attacks in Paris and Syrian refugee crisis

Arizona Catholic Conference Bishops’ Statement on Syrian Refugees

Bishop Farrell: Fear

Bishops’ Migration Chair: U.S. Should Welcome Syrian Refugees, Work for Peace

Iowa Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Statements on Syrian refugees

Bishop Flores: Seek, find and invite

Echoing Pope Francis, Migration Committee Member tells Congress to Apply the Golden Rule to Children and families fleeing violence in Central America

Bishop Carlson: Pastoral Statement on Immigration and Mercy

Auxiliary Bishop Elizondo: Pope Francis’ messages on immigrants humanizes debate

Pope Francis’ Message for the World Day of Migrants and Refugees

Pope Francis’ speech at Independence Hall in Philadelphia

Archbishop Chaput remarks at Independence Hall

Bishop Doherty: Immigration Reform needed

Address of the Holy Father to Joint Session of Congress

Address of the Holy Father to the Bishops of the United States of America

Auxiliary Bishop Elizondo: With the Pope’s Visit, t’s time to welcome immigrants and refugees

Archbishop Chaput: Sanity, indifference and the American Immigration Debate

Archbishop Chaput: The “Joy of the Gospel” and the Gospel of Life

Bishop Farrell: The déjá vu of immigrant bashing

Auxiliary Bishop Elizondo and Bishop Gordy: For Children and Legacy, Obama must end family detention

Cardinal Dolan: Nativism rears its big-haired head

USCCB Migration Chairman Applauds Court Order requiring Administration to Release Central American Families from Detention

Archbishop Cordileone’s statement to Congressional Committees on immigration

Archbishop Wester on issues and events during his eight years in Utah

Bishop Kicanas: The Migrant’s Lament

Testimony of Bishop Cozzens, in support of Professional Driver’s licenses for immigrants

Archbishop Cupich remarks for Illinois Business Immigration Coalition

Bishop Wester: Thank you, Chief Burbank for supporting President Obama’s Executive action

Message of His Holiness Pope Francis for the World Day of Migrants and Refugees

Bishop Wester: Migration Week is a reminder that Immigrants are part of us

Archbishop Sartain and Auxiliary Bishop Elizondo to Catholic parishes and schools about the Executive Action on immigration

Archbishop Sartain and Auxiliary Bishop Elizondo to immigrants about the Executive Action on immigration