Catholic social teaching provides the foundation for how the Church addresses issues related to migration. Reflecting on both Scripture and the Church’s moral teachings, the bishops’ on migration inform the approach to migration policy taken by Catholic institutions and Catholics generally. Understanding how the Church’s teaching tradition informs its position on migration will help Catholics and others of good will better understand how these principles can be and should be put into practice. The resources highlighted at Justice for Immigrants will help you learn more about the Church’s social teachings as related to migration and how you can help to make positive change.
Contact the Catholic Charities office for guidance on Temporary Guardianship of minor USC children, naturalization and GREEN CARD applications. We are not able to represent clients in Immigration Court or accept asylum cases. Call 912-201-4058 for more information and a list of immigration attorneys in your area.