Catholics Sharing The Journey

Catholics Sharing the Journey

Support Our Migrant Brothers and Sisters


DONATE TO SUPPORT IMMIGRANT FAMILIES AT THE BORDER - 100% of donations will be equally distributed to three Catholic agencies serving immigrant families in need at the U.S. border:

Immigrant Family Support Fund

GET THE FACTS - The following websites are reliable sources about the Church’s work with migrants and refugees:

Share the Journey

The Vatican's Migrant and Refugee Office

The USCCB's Office of Migration and Refugee Services and the Justice for Immigrants (JFI) program.

JOIN EXISTING EFFORTS - Make your voice heard on important public policy issues:

Take action via the Justice for Immigrants Action Center!

Sign up for the WSCC Catholic Advocacy Network to receive timely action alerts and important information.

PRAY FOR OUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS - Your prayers are needed.

Prayer for Migrants and Refugees provided by the USCCB.

Important Immigration Resources

Immigrant and Refugee Ministry and Asuntos Migratorios (Archdiocese of Seattle)  

Immigration and Refugee Legal Services (Catholic Charities Eastern WA Catholic Community Services Western WA)

International Foster Care Programs (Catholic Community Services Western WA & Lutheran Community Services NW)

VolunteerDonate, or become a Sponsor (St. James Cathedral, Seattle)

St. Vincent de Paul Society's Centro Rendu supports Latino immigrant families through education, social services, legal advocacy, and leadership development.

What Our Bishops are Saying

 "The Catholic Church stands with our brothers and sisters facing the challenges of immigration and we continue to call on public officials to enact comprehensive immigration reform.” 

~Seattle Archbishop Peter Sartain

 "Undocumented families must be treated with dignity; separating children from their parents is not the answer.” 

~Spokane Bishop Thomas Daly

 "Immigrants - regardless of their legal status - are created in the image and likeness of God. Many migrate to the United States seeking a better life for their children. Many leave conditions of economic, social, and political instability. They come desiring to fulfill their moral obligations to their families. First and foremost, this is what we want to support in the lives of those we serve here in Washington State.” 

~Yakima Bishop Joseph Tyson

News and Events

Washington State Catholic Bishops - The Immigration Crisis (June 2019)