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Published on Sep 18, 2018
The Gospel mandates that every person is to be welcomed by the disciple as if he or she were Christ, including refugees. “We are the people that meet the stranger at the airport and help them set up their household and enroll their kids in school and get their social security card,” says Catholic Charities Migration and Refugee Services outreach coordinator Gregory McKinney.
On Wednesday, September 12, at St. Agnes Catholic Church in Arlington, Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Arlington hosted a Catholic Social Teaching and immigration panel. Speakers included Rev. Frederick Edlefsen, pastor at St. Agnes Catholic Church, Jeff Caruso, Executive Director of the Virginia Catholic Conference, Gregory McKinney, Associate Director of Community Engagement for Catholic Charities Migration and Refugee Services, and Ashley Feasley, Director of Migration Policy and Public Affairs at the USCCB.