The Chicago-based group, Sisters and Brothers of Immigrants, originally formed to advance the objectives laid out in the Catholic Campaign for Immigration Reform.
Increasingly, SBI — which includes 150 sisters and brothers, representing 37 religious communities — has become 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.
Each month, in their action alerts, they lay out specific ways to affect change, through prayer, calls, letters, education and other resource items.
Read their March 14 Alert SBI here for action items to take, right now.