Priests Tyring to Protect Migrants with Shelters in Mexico

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Father Pedro Pantoja runs a shelter for migrants, mostly Central Americans, in the northern Mexican city of Saltillo. (Photo: Monica Campbell)

Migrants from central and south America continue to stream north, through Mexico, in search of the American dream. The journey is perilous. But as Monica Campbell reports, some Catholic priests are trying to protect the travelers by setting up shelters along the way.

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