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The life of migrant farmworker families continues to grow more difficult in these times of political and social unrest here in the United States. While the normal tensions of the constant moving from state to state following the harvest; interruption of children’s schooling multiple times per year; and difficulty in linking up with local Churches due to language, cultural, economic and social differences serves to separate our migrant families. But these are the very ones that the Gospel of Matthew encourages us to embrace …” Whatever you did to the least of my brothers and sisters, you did to me,” MT 25:40

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