We continue to draw inspiration from Pope Francis, who recently called for welcome and protection for the thousands of unaccompanied children crossing our border, while noting that they are often met instead with "racist and xenophobic attitudes." Several Orbis books address these issues. Most recently Jesus Was a Migrant, by former Maryknoll lay missioner Deirdre Cornell puts the issue—as Pope Francis does—in a wider spiritual perspective: as a test of our faith. In Our God Is Undocumented activist Ched Myers and pastor Matthew Colwell combine biblical reflections on such themes as "welcoming the stranger" with stories of immigrants and those who have chosen to accompany them. And, theologian Miguel de la Torre's Trails of Hope and Terror puts a human face on the debate, with testimonies by immigrants themselves on their hopes and sufferings.