Catholic sisters are working together across congregations and across the US/Mexico border to better serve people in need of housing, food, health care and immigration services. This video highlights the work of the Sisters Migrant Network for Economic Empowerment and the Sisters Border Network. Each of these groups allow best practices to be shared across local projects, and strengthens the advocacy of people working at a grassroots level with migrants at the border.
This video was produced with the support of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation.
Kim Lawton is a journalist fellow with the Spiritual Exemplars Project.