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Texas High Schoolers Rise Against Anti-Immigrant SB 4 Law

Victor Landa July 15, 2017

By Viri Sanchez and Karla Quinones  (2.5 minute read) Four months ago, on February 16, thousands of high school students across Texas joined in a collective effort to stand up […]

Latino Influence & the Politics of Immigration in the 2014 U.S. Senate Elections

NewsTaco February 12, 2015

*Good piece, as always, from Latino Decisions. It’s a good read if you’re into political minutiae – x’s and o’s. Cutting to the chase, Damore says Latinos didn’t have a […]

How Latinos are Changing American Christianity

Mary Mata April 11, 2013

By Richard Land, Washington Post Will wonders never cease? In the midst of an unprecedented avalanche of negative media against traditional religious values and the groups espousing them, a strongly pro-traditional […]

Dwindling Catholic Schools See Future in Latino Students

Mary Mata March 1, 2013

By Aaron Schrank, Religion News Service As the country’s fastest-growing population, Latinos now make up nearly 40 percent of all U.S. Catholics, but represent less than 14 percent of students at […]

The Latino Shoemaker Behind the Pope’s Red Shoes

Mary Mata February 28, 2013

By NBCLatino/Associated Press The red shoes are being retired. Pope Benedict XVI wearing red shoes for an official event. (Photo by Sergio Dionisio/Getty Images) The Pope is giving up the […]

U.S. Catholic Latino population shrinking

Mary Mata February 26, 2013

By Christian Today The number of US Hispanics identifying themselves as Catholic has declined in the last five years. According to a Gallup poll, 11 per cent of US Hispanics […]

Latinos are the Holy Grail of the Religious Right

Mary Mata February 13, 2013

By Dr. Victoria M. De Francesco Soto, NBCLatino What do Evangelicals, Catholics, and Mormons all have in common?  And no, this is not the beginning of a joke. The growth of […]