Prayers for Immigration Reform
Prayer is essential on this journey to compassionate comprehensive immigration reform. Not only is prayer necessary for converting minds and hearts towards the immigrant and the issue of immigration, but it is critical for sustaining the hopes and efforts of immigrant supporters in the face of significant challenges. We invite you to join with the numerous parishes and religious communities that have been praying on a daily or weekly basis until Congress votes on immigration reform.
We offer various prayer resources in line with the Church’s liturgical calendar to support parishes, schools, religious communities, etc. along the journey.
Catholic Relief Services: "Prayer Service for Immigrants from Latin America" [Bilingual]
God of the Journey [English, Español]
Homily Sample from Fr. John Hoffman [English]
Homily Suggestions on Immigration, January-February, 2014 [English]
Interfaith Worker Justice: "Immigration through the Lens of Faith" [English]
Justice for Immigrants, Pulpit Announcements [Bilingual]
Litany for Immigrants [English]
Migrants and Refugees: Towards a Better World [English]
Personal Reflection [English]
Prayers and Intentions for Immigration Reform [English]
Prayer Options [English, Español]
Sr. JoAnn Persch, RSM, Reflection from the October 19th Pilgrimage [English]
USCCB Prayer for Migrants and Refugees [English]
Words on Immigrant Justice [English, Español]
Immigration Prayers of the Faithful
Fall Prayers of the Faithful [English, Español]
Resources for Advent, Lent and Easter, and Pentecost
See our Advent Resources, Lenten/Easter Resources, and Pentecost Resources webpages for resources created specifically for these liturgical seasons.
"Rejoice in hope, endure in affliction, persevere in prayer." ~Romans 12:12