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National Migration Week – Day 5

Note: The following exercise was adapted from the Catholic Charities – Social Concerns Parish Guidebook

On this fifth day of National Migration Week, take some time today to answer the following questions and ask the Lord to guide your reflections:

(The following was adapted from the “Ignatian Examen on Migration” from the Ignatian Solidarity Network.)

  1. What is my own migration story? What is my family’s migration story?
  2. What is Catholic Social Teaching on migration? With what parts do I agree? Disagree?
  3. What keeps me from publicly speaking out or taking action on behalf of migrants and refugees who have experienced injustice?

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