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The Catholic Theology of Illegal Immigration is More Complex Than Is Usually Stated — 2 Comments

  1. I think the “gang of eight” have been working on a fair compromise. We do need a solution to the problem of illegal immigration. Unfortunately, the suggested compromise does not secure the southern border. As a failed measure, I therefore am opposed to the suggested compromise.

  2. A path to citizenship, one of the key components of comprehensive immigration reform, is still favored by a majority of Americans across both party and religious lines, according to a new survey from the nonpartisan Public Religion Research Institute.

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