Borders and Blessings: Reflections on the National Immigration Crisis from the Arizona Desert

Polley, Seth
September 2010
Anglican Theological Review;Fall2010, Vol. 92 Issue 4, p731
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the immigration crisis in the U.S., highlighting some concerns regarding the restriction of Mexican immigrants to enter the U.S. borders. It highlights the celebration of the 2010 Border Procession participated by members of the Diocese of Arizona. The country's immigration policy is discussed.


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