- US-Mexico border realities
- How KBI and other faith groups are responding to the humanitarian crisis
- Undocumented immigration and the causes and possible solutions
- Catholic social teaching and incorporating reflection about our beliefs and concerns regarding immigrants and immigration
Immersion Experiences, whether in person or virtual, are intended to humanize the immigration issue and to recognize its complexity, while emphasizing accompaniment of migrants on their journey. Over the course of the trip, there are spaces for reflection on the experiences and times to plan follow-up activities and action.
The first Kino Teens group was founded at Lourdes Catholic School in Nogales, Arizona and clubs that have extended across the country. The Kino Teens is a network of high school youth groups that provide students with the tools, opportunities, and strategies to welcome migrants in their communities.
For more information on any of the above programs, please contact Jaret Ornelas at firstname.lastname@example.org