Project Hope-Proyecto Esperanza’s annual reception for new citizens is a win-win – honorees can celebrate with their families, while getting to know their new neighbors!
Despite signs that the holiday season is over, Catholics have one more celebration – Epiphany, also known as Three Kings Day!
In this holiday season when we are particularly attentive to the story of Mary and Joseph as migrants and refugees, your CLINIC family wishes you peace and love as you celebrate the holidays with your families!
The classic Christmas tradition of honoring the Holy Family is the perfect way to promote immigrant integration this holiday season.
CLINIC’s Board Chairman, Bishop Kevin Vann, and his auxiliary bishops of the Diocese of Orange, in California, wrote the following letter to the people of the diocese, linking Advent, the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe and the fate of DACA recipients in a call to prayer and action.
Walk with Mary is one of many events that will be held to celebrate the feast day of Our Lady of Guadalupe, a well-known figure even beyond Catholic world. Here is the story of her tilma that brought her famous image to prominence.
Since 2015, the Gateways for Growth Challenge has been helping cities of all sizes excel at making their communities more welcoming for immigrants.
The CLINIC Fellows program may have ended, but the journeys it sparked are just beginning. Here is a peek at the incredible success our Fellows have had over the last two years!
Help us welcome one of the newest members of the CLINIC team, Graciela Mateo. The Charlotte, North Carolina, native joins RIS with the hopes of using all her talents to help the immigrant community.
The U.S. naturalization process has a long way to go before it is fair for all. Yet, ten years after CLINIC published A More Perfect Union: A National Citizenship Plan, many naturalization services and policies have evolved significantly.