We, the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word, are a congregation founded by immigrants for immigrants. We believe that all people are worthy of respect and their inherent human rights must be protected.

We strongly oppose the globalization of indifference that denies people's dignity, and we denounce the criminalization of migration that compels people to seek a better and safer life for themselves and their families, often at great risk.
We see God's face and hear God's voice in the cry of immigrants, migrants and refugees, the largest number of them since World War II. Seventy-one million people had been forced to flee their homes by the end of 2018. As global citizens and as people of faith let us be in a compassionate circle of solidarity with our sisters and brothers from around the globe.
The Changing Migrant Reality: What is happening in San Antonio?
What has been the effect on MPP on migrants from Central America seeking asylum? In short, because of MPP migrants have found themselves facing rape, torture, kidnapping, extortion and death when forced to wait in Mexican border towns.
What can we do to respond to the dangerous reality of Migrant Protection Protocol ?  1)Educate ourselves, 2) Donate, and 3) Write/call your congresspersons.   READ MORE
National Migration Week 2020 - "Promoting a Church and a World for All"
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has enacted the week of January 5, 2020 January 11, 2020 as National Migrants Week. The theme "Promoting a Church and a World for All" reflects the need for Catholics to be inclusive and welcoming to all our brothers and sisters.  

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