The Franciscan Network for Migrants is a network of Franciscan-hearted people, lay and religious, who offer support, humanitarian assistance and welcome to people displaced from their countries of origin. The mission of the Network is to promote and defend the dignity of each person in order to ensure best practices of integration of and encounter with the migrant person.
In preparation for the ending of Title 42, the Franciscan Network for Migrants is asking for parishes, universities, community groups and organizations to discern accepting a busload of approximately 55 asylum seekers to assist with their transition. “Most of the people coming would only need hospitality for a few days until they can make contact with their family or friends.” It should be noted that people arriving will be cleared for a stay in the U.S.
Please see they attached letter and information sheet fore more details.