Lead the Way on Migration
Advocate for Refugees and Migrants
Those without a safe shelter to call home are among the most vulnerable people for exposure to COVID-19. Today, more than 70 million people worldwide have been forcibly displaced from their homes. Some are living as refugees in other countries, others have sought asylum, and many are displaced within their own countries.
All people deserve safe housing, basic healthcare services and necessities like soap and clean water, even when circumstances in their home countries have forced them to migrate for the safety and well-being of their families.
Want to know more about the plight of refugees and migrants around the world and how we can stand in solidarity? Read these stories to learn how together, we can address the root causes of forced migration.
Speaking From the Heart
When given the opportunity to meet with members of Congress, Carmen Ramos overcame her nerves and put her faith into action by advocating for our displaced sisters and brothers.
Prayer brings us closer to God and unites us in solidarity with our human family. Use these prayers individually or in your community to support and reflect on the experience of migrants and refugees.
Resources to Lead the Way
Our faith calls us to action, and when we come together as Church, we can make a big impact. Find resources and tools to pray, learn, take action and inspire your community to help refugees and migrants.
ACTION CENTER: RESOURCES & TOOLS
Visit our action center for how-to guides to build your skills, mobilize your community and make a difference through advocacy and community giving. Share about your advocacy work with our new advocacy reporting tool.