Encouragement from the USCCB office
Katerina and I received an encouraging email yesterday from the USCCB office in Washington, D.C. I’d like to share it with our readers:
Dear Katerina & Michael,
I was pleasantly surprised to find your various blog postings regarding the Bishops’ efforts to affect change in our immigration policies. I am grateful for your work in debunking some of the myths that exist regarding the Bishops’ position on the issue as well as regarding today’s immigrant realities.
Please make sure to let me know if there is anything I can do to further assist you in any way.
United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
Migration and Refugee Services
Justice for Immigrants: A Journey of Hope
The Catholic Campaign for Immigration Reform
I hope that those who have defended the USCCB despite the multifarious and virulent attacks of various American bloggers will likewise find this email encouraging. We sincerely appreciate Mr. Anchondo–and anyone else at the USCCB offices–taking the time to read through some of our posts, and we applaud the witness of our bishops for taking a stand on the issue.