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Action Items to Advance Immigration Reform

April 26, 2016
The organization, Sisters and Brothers of Immigrants, was founded in 2007 in the SBI logoChicago area by a group of Catholic sisters, and now takes in more than 150 sisters and brothers from nearly 60 religious communities — including Br. Michael Gosch, CSV, who serves on its board of directors.
Driven by initiatives included in the Catholic Campaign for Immigration Reform, they are committed to prayer, pastoral care in detention centers, legislative action for immigration reform, and support of separated families.

Br. Michael Gosch, back, and Fr. Corey Brost, front, both are members of Brothers and Sisters of Immigrants

Br. Michael Gosch, back, and Fr. Corey Brost, front, both are members of Brothers and Sisters of Immigrants

Their stated mission is to serve as a powerful, collective voice seeking justice for immigrants. In doing so, they are responding to the Gospel mandate to honor the value of each person.
Their latest action alert includes prayers, places to call or write letters, educational resources, events and social media. Check it out here and more information on page 2.

 

  • We, Sisters and Brothers of Immigrants, are a powerful, collective voice seeking justice for immigrants. In doing so, we respond to the Gospel mandate to honor the value of each person.