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By Michael P. Orsi
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Sean Carroll
First it was guns. Now, immigration. Members of the Catholic Church have been hitting hard at Congress this week on matters of national policy.
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Carroll said that 5,100 children are now in foster care, separated from caretakers who have been detained or deported by federal authorities.
"This reality falls far short of what Scripture teaches regarding care for the widow, the orphan and the stranger," he said. "Our current policies essentially leave many children as orphans, wives and husbands as widows and widowers, and the stranger deported across the border, away from their family members who need them so deeply."