Sarah Hoff on Immigration, Refugee Resettlement, and the CARE Program

In today’s episode, we discuss immigration, pornography, human trafficking and how you can make a difference on these issues.

National Migration Week, wrapped up January 11th, and is an opportunity for the Church to reflect on the circumstances confronting migrants, including immigrants, refugees, children, and victims and survivors of human trafficking. January is also human trafficking awareness month.

In our interview segment, we speak with Sarah Hoff, the national coordinator of the USCCB's Catholic Accompaniment and Reflection Experience (CARE). The program is run by the USCCB’s Justice for Immigrants and Migration Services offices.

In our mailbag segment, we answer a question about trying to control or even ban pornography through passing legislation.

Plus, in the bricklayer segment, we discuss a number of ways you can take action to fight against human trafficking and assist victims and survivors.

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