USCCB/MRS has been coordinating with Princeton’s Office of Religious Life on the role that religion plays in the lives of resettled refugees and during their integration process. Of further interest is how local communities use religious language, ideas, symbols to both welcome refugees but also to resist their resettlement. An important aspect of this project is the collection of oral histories. We have launched a “Voices of Afghanistan” focus, which highlights this oral histories that we have gathered from this particular population. See below for more information and a link to the site. If you have networks that might be interested, please do pass it along.