WNYCatholic Weekly Podcast February 5

by GREGG PRINCE
Fri, Feb 3rd 2017 07:00 am
Dr. James Collins (center), chief medical officer for Mobile Primary Care, treats 6-year-old Nurhaliza Nazumia with his father, Ahmed Nazumia, at Catholic Charities Health Care Center, located on the Immigration and Refugee Assistance campus in Buffalo. The Nazumias are an immigrant family from Burma. (Patrick McPartland/Managing Editor)
Dr. James Collins (center), chief medical officer for Mobile Primary Care, treats 6-year-old Nurhaliza Nazumia with his father, Ahmed Nazumia, at Catholic Charities Health Care Center, located on the Immigration and Refugee Assistance campus in Buffalo. The Nazumias are an immigrant family from Burma. (Patrick McPartland/Managing Editor)

Given the heightened news focus on immigration, on this week's podcast we revisit 2 interviews on the topic of refugees.

First we'll hear from Western New York Catholic peace & justice columnist and Catholic Relief Services Fellow, Deacon Don Weigel. Last year he spent time with in Eastern Europe working with Syrian refugees (you can listen the original program here).

We'll also hear about the Catholic Charities Health Center on the West Side of Buffalo which provides various services for refugees here in our own community (the full program can be found here).

These and all of our podcasts are available on the radio page.

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