United States - Jesuits Follow in the Footsteps of Migrants
On June 14, 2012, a group of Jesuits began a five-week journey along the "migration corridor" from Central America to the United States. Along the way, they have been visiting shelters, human rights organizations and parishes that assist migrants as they move through the migration corridor. On a blog site they've established to chronicle their journey, the Jesuits say they hope to attain "a better understanding of the reality of migration and the difficulties encountered by migrants on their journey to the U.S." The blog, called Journey Moments: The Migrant Corridor, includes photos and a map of the journey and is presented in English and Spanish. Read more...