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World Refugee Day, June 20, has arrived without much fanfare or preparation.  It isn’t holiday; rather, it is a day to recognize the plight of people who are forced from their homes and country due to a fear of persecution or death.  Refugees are like you and me until they are confronted with the terrifying choice to flee and live or stay and...

Jun 20, 2012
by Jeff Chenoweth

I am not new to conventions and conferences. I have found myself in the middle of the action for days on end and at venues with more than 60,000 people in attendance. But my first time at CLINIC’s Annual Convening —this year held in Austin, TX— will be a time to remember for two reasons: It surpassed all of my expectations and taught me an...

Jun 11, 2012
by H.A. Abella

I am a Sister of Charity of New Jersey and currently work at Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Raleigh, North Carolina.    I came to North Carolina five years ago to work with Hispanic parishioners at Shallote's St. Brendan’s Church and, after having participated in my first CLINIC webinar one year ago, I am a webinar junkie. 


May 10, 2012
by Sister Rosanne Caiazzo, SC


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Jan 31, 2014



1. Can DACA recipients travel abroad? 

Yes, but only if they receive permission from the government. 

Jan 29, 2014

January 16, 2014


The Honorable Jeh Johnson


Department of Homeland Security


The Honorable Alejandro Mayorkas

Deputy Secretary


Jan 28, 2014