BALTIMORE — The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops is holding its annual fall meeting in Baltimore this week. The meeting entails three days of prayer, reflection and politics, as top church decision-makers weigh in on the same issues being debated across the nation's capital, including immigration and gun control. "(Immigrants) who are often fleeing horrible violence, terrorism and disaster. Their journey is our journey," said Bishop Vasquez. Bishops advocated for inclusion by embracing immigrants and migrants. That stance is in direct opposition to the Trump administration. "We have resources for our local churches, our diocese, to be able to pursue policies. We try to work out, sometimes, in terms of legislatures or Congress or the administration," said Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, USCCB president. A small but dedicated group of protesters demanded the Roman Catholic Church designate one "sanctuary church"
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