Immigration Reform

Esperanza Care, affordable healthcare, Immigration Reform, Low-Income

COPA Launches $2M Health Care Expansion in Monterey County

Monday, October 16, 2017
The Californian & Monterey Herald

When Maria Elena Manzo (upper left photo), an asthma educator from Sacred Heart Catholic Church, first discovered that children of Monterey County undocumented were unable to qualify for free life-saving asthma inhalers — and that those in Santa Cruz county did — she immediately reached out to COPA-IAF.  She and other COPA Read more about COPA Launches $2M Health Care Expansion in Monterey County

COPA

SB4, Immigration Reform, cartels, priest, Fr. Kevin Collins, Texas IAF

Valley Interfaith Priest Concerned That SB4 Can Empower Cartels

Tuesday, February 7, 2017
Rio Grande Guardian

Following a press conference in which leaders of the Texas IAF Network of Organizations joined the Texas Catholic Conference of Bishops to oppose the anti-sanctuary cities bill, SB4, Fr. Kevin Collins of St. Eugene’s de Mazenod Catholic Church and Valley Interfaith in Brownsville had more to say. Read more about Valley Interfaith Priest Concerned That SB4 Can Empower Cartels

Valley Interfaith

Nevada IAF, Immigration Reform, Senator Cortez-Masto

NCG Engages Nevada Senator Cortez-Masto About Immigration System

Monday, April 17, 2017
Nevada Independent & Las Vegas Review-Journal

200 leaders of Nevadans for the Common Good were joined by US Senator Catherine Cortez-Masto for a civic academy on immigration at All Saint’s Episcopal Church. Read more about NCG Engages Nevada Senator Cortez-Masto About Immigration System

Nevadans for the Common Good

Howard County, Sanctuary Cities, Immigration Reform, Assembly

Over a Thousand Gather to Support Howard Becoming 'Sanctuary County'

Sunday, January 29, 2017
CBS Baltimore

Over a thousand people gathered on Sunday at the Wilde Lake Interfaith Center in support of making Howard County a Sanctuary County. Read more about Over a Thousand Gather to Support Howard Becoming 'Sanctuary County'

PATH

Immigration Reform, CIR, SAFE Act, Bishop Riggle-Huie, Cardinal DiNardo, Elizabeth Valdez, Houston

Houston Clergy Urges Lawmakers to Defeat Immigration Enforcement Plan

Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Houston Chronicle

Houston clergy joined dozens of immigration reform supporters Wednesday to call for members of Congress to reject a bill that would permit tougher penalties and enforcement for an illegal presence in the United States. Read more about Houston Clergy Urges Lawmakers to Defeat Immigration Enforcement Plan

TMO

Social Justice, Immigration Reform, Medicaid Expansion, community organizing in Arizona

Yuma County Clergy Fight for Immigration Reform & Medicaid

Sunday, May 26, 2013
Yuma Sun

Bishop Gerald F. Kicanas joined nearly 100 members of churches of different denominations from the area who gathered … to organize a campaign in favor of not only a new immigration law but also efforts of Gov. Jan Brewer to expand the state’s health program for the poor: the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS). Read more about Yuma County Clergy Fight for Immigration Reform & Medicaid

Yuma County Interfaith Spons. Committee