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Students planting in an onion fieldSharing the Journey

In this immigration-themed issue of CatholicU magazine, we present stories of students, faculty, staff, and alumni who are answering the Church’s call to share the journey with those seeking refuge and a better life.

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Follow 12 Students on a Weeklong Journey with Migrants

  • Sister Raghad Saeed working in a lab

    Fleeing for Her Faith

    Displaced by terrorist forces in Iraq, Dominican Sister Raghad Saeed finds a way forward at Catholic University.

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  • Students from law clinic

    Making the Case for Humanity

    Representing immigrant clients through the Columbus School of Law clinics, professors and students bring a commitment to social justice to their advocacy work.

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  • Sunrise over campus

    Information for Immigrants

    Catholic University provides information, resources, and support services to meet the evolving needs of every member of our campus. We welcome and value Dreamers and other immigrant members of our community.

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A Note to Our Readers

Coronavirus modelWe began planning this issue of CatholicU magazine more than a year ago, with most of the reporting and writing taking place during this past fall semester and into early January. As we put the magazine together in February, holding space for photos from the border immersion trip in early March, we could not have imagined the effect COVID-19 would have in our country. We hope to tell stories related to the crisis in our next issue. Are you on the front lines of the crisis? How are you and your loved ones coping? Do you have a story to tell? As you are able, send us an email or a note. We offer our prayers for all of our readers. We hope you stay well.


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