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Local partnerhips in Immigrant Intergration


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“Migration today is not a phenomenon limited to some areas of the planet. It affects all continents and is growing into a tragic situation of global proportions.”

        - Pope Francis


Information and Resources


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Workshops & Events

February 13, Rice Bowl - our signature Lenten program for Share the Journey
View a joint letter from Archbishop Sartain, Bishop Elizondo and Bishop Mueggenborg >


March 10, Second Annual Immigration Summit - SAVE THE DATE!
Your Liberation is Bound Up with Mine, For Catholics in Western Washington concerned with the current immigration crisis.

This workshop will be held Saturday, March 10, 2018 at Seattle University Look for registration information and more at in early 2018.


March 17th (deadline), Multimedia Youth Contest
“Share the Journey of Young Migrants and Refugees” Multimedia Youth Contest: Creating on the Margins/ Creando desde la Periferia
The local deadline is March 17, 2018.

The annual Multimedia Youth Contest is organized by the U.S. bishops’ Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD). It is a tool for schools and parishes to engage Catholics in grades 7 through 12 in learning about the root causes of U.S. poverty and the Church’s response.
Contest materials (English and Spanish) can be found at For contest resources and other information in the Archdiocese of Seattle, contact



More information and a toolkit on Share the Journey is available online at

Learn more about the international campaign at

Toolkit site with ideas to facilitate educational meetings between your closest immigration program and local legislators.
   Immigrant Integration >

Site & toolkit to guide your discernment of what your community most needs and how you might help.
   Discerning How to Welcome Your Neighbor >
   Discerning How to Welcome Your Neighbor Document>

Site with 5 steps to engaging your community on immigration also come with talking points.
   Engage your community on immigration >

Interfaith Immigration Coalition toolkit to create your own unique event in support of Dreamers.
   Dream Sabbath Toolkit >

Site to help Dreamers in your area connect with their peers through the largest Dreamer-run organization in the country.
   United We Dream Affiliates >

Classroom resources for teachers and catechists, grades 5-8, to Maryknoll Mission Education’s Discover Your Neighbor highlighting migration.
   Free access and info to Discover Your Neighbor >

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