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Since the 1840s, immigration to the U.S. was increasingly from Catholic countries, beginning with the Irish Famine, continuing with displaced persons from Eastern Europe after World War II and with Latin American immigrants today.  The biblical perspective on immigration, the history of Catholic immigration to the U.S. and recent church teachings on immigration are presented in this informative piece.

Date Added: August 23, 2011

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