Immigration: 'Tell them to come to the church'

Marrin, Pat
February 2011
National Catholic Reporter;2/4/2011, Vol. 47 Issue 8, p1
The article focuses on the efforts of Sister Mary McCauley in aiding the undocumented and illegal Guatemalan immigrants in Postville, Iowa. It mentions McCauley's response to these immigrants by welcoming them at the Saint Bridget Church in the same town during the immigration raid of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and members of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Furthermore, McCauley's charitable acts to these immigrants were helped by several priests and organizations.


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