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In the statement, the bishops ask each of us to reflect on the lives of Jesus, Mary and Joseph as migrants and refugees more than two-thousand years ago and to also heed the gospel call of Christ, "Because I was a stranger and you welcomed me, I was hungry and you gave me food…." (Mt. 25: 35-36).
A copy of the bishops statement was shared with the USCCB and we are providing that statement below in both English and Spanish:
Keywords: Texas border, Northern Mexico border, migration, Holy Family, Tex-Mex Border Bishops meeting, United States, Mexico, immigration.
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