A resource from several recently ordained Jesuit priests working in the diocese of Brownsville, TX, along the U.S.-Mexico border. Each week they publish episodes that highlight stories from their ministry which has included helping at a pair of local parishes, working at Catholic Charities’ Humanitarian Respite Center (HRC) for migrants in McAllen, visiting migrants living in tents in the plaza of Reynosa, Mexico, and joining unaccompanied minors from local migrant detention centers for Mass every Sunday. Episodes feature interviews with someone particularly involved in the Catholic response to the on-the-ground reality. The podcasts are a mixture of storytelling, fact sharing, and theological reflection to capture the reality on the border – difficult as well as hopeful, reflections on life and beauty as well as reflections on extreme suffering. The goal is to show the response to the border situation through the eyes of the people who walk with migrants day after day. Learn more.