Atlanta Catholic Archbishop On Travel Ban And Immigration
This week, a federal judge in Hawaii temporarily blocked President Donald Trump’s revised order on travel and immigration. The renewed legal battle comes at a time when Atlanta area religious leaders are working out their messages to their congregations, about the president’s order–and about immigration in general.
On the day the judge in Hawaii issued the temporary block on the president’s order, WABE’s Denis O’Hayer spoke with Atlanta Catholic Archbishop Wilton Gregory at the archdiocese office in Smyrna.
(Note: The expanded version also includes the Archbishop’s thoughts on the recent threats against the American Jewish community, and whether the Trump administration has spoken forcefully enough against them.)