Monthly Archives: June 2018

Outrageous & cruel border policy. Donde esta mi mamá?

Donde esta mi mamá?  Mi papa?

The current U.S. administration has adopted a policy of literally ripping children from the arms of their parents and putting them in fenced enclosures at the southern U.S. border.    Heartbreaking cries of Where Is “Mi mamá” and “Mi papa” are heard around the world on TV news and internet videos.

Contrary to every sense of human compassion and contrary to the expressed pleas of His Holiness Pope Francis, the Trump administration insists that this cruel practice is both acceptable and necessary.  Sisters, HVM disagrees.  Sisters HVM believes that a spirit of compassion should guide the actions of nations just as it should guide the actions of each of us, the individual children of God.

See recent local newspaper coverage of this issue at: Detroit Free Press.

See recent Sisters Home Visitors of Mary posts at:

March 13 post:  Many Journeys One Family

January 13 post:  Welcome Protect and Integrate Migrants

January 1 post  Migrants and Refugees;  Pope’s World Day of Peace message

Message of His Holiness Pope Francis himself on World Day of Peace

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