Posada Guadalupe News
Nonprofits help unaccompanied children navigate immigration system
Unaccompanied minors can spend days or even months in detention centers after crossing the border.
Inmigrantes indocumentados se aferran a la Virgen de Guadalupe
Las dificultades de su trayecto para alcanzar el "sueño americano" ha llevado a los inmigrantes centroamericanos a unir su fe a la de los mexicanos y ponerla en la Virgen de Guadalupe.
Publicado martes 11 de diciembre de 2018
Familia cocina para inmigrantes en Día de Acción de Gracias
La familia Pérez pasó un duro momento al perder su casa en una inundación, pero este Thanksgiving decieron ayudar a otros necesitados: un grupo de inmigrantes.
Publicado jueves 22 de noviembre de 2018
Parish roundup: San Antonio house shelters young immigrants
veteran of ministry in Central America, Franciscan Fr. Phillip Ley today directs Posada Guadalupe, a house in San Antonio, Texas, for young men awaiting adjudication of their federal asylum-seeking cases. The young residents shared that even when they had been in detention by Immigration and Customs Enforcement they felt safer than in their homelands, plus they received three meals a day.
What a Franciscan shelter in Texas is doing to help asylum seekers
On any given afternoon, you might find 18- and 19-year-olds playing basketball in the Posada Guadalupe parking lot. But it is more likely you will find them playing soccer, either in the same parking lot or in a nearby park.
The American Jesuit Review October 02, 2018
Este niño recolectó recursos para apoyar a un albergue que ayuda a inmigrantes en Texas
Le presentamos la historia de Zion Wilson, un niño de 12 años, quien realizó una colecta de recursos para apoyar al albergue Posada Guadalupe, que atiende a inmigrantes que acaban de cruzar la frontera.
Univision 20 Ago 2018
Relata su experiencia en albergue para niños migrantes
José Manrique pasó dos años en diferentes refugios antes de recibir una visa juvenil.
Telemundo San Antonio Publicado viernes 22 de junio de 2018
Immigrants open up about why they came to US
For those living in a humble house on San Antonio's West Side, it is the only home they've ever known in the United States.
The residence is a temporary home for immigrants waiting on paper work to become legal residents. The process can take years.
By Annette Garcia San Antonio 8:17 AM CT Jun. 27, 2018 June 27, 2018
Posada Guadalupe shelters immigrants in dire need
San Antonio shelters are preparing to house and help the undocumented immigrant survivors pulled from a semi-trailer. Father Phillip Ley is with Posada Guadalupe, a shelter that offers immigrants in dire need a place to stay and provides unofficial counseling.
KENS 5 July 25, 2017
Refugee shelter finds new home
Posada Guadalupe home to celebrate larger space. Over the past decade, Posada Guadalupe has given refuge to several hundred young men, immigrants from Mexico and Central America who’ve left a local shelter that must set them loose at age 18, even as their cases are still slogging through the immigration system.
San Antonio Express News May 14, 2016
I was a stranger and you welcomed me
Posada Guadalupe, a shelter in San Antonio, Texas, was founded as a response to Jesus’s challenge at the end of St. Matthew’s Gospel: “I was a stranger and you welcomed me.” For the past ten years, it has offered hospitality to indigent immigrants, mostly young adults who have nowhere else to go.
Posted on April 27, 2016 at 3:29 pm.
Every day, young people from Central America risk their lives to get to the United States. Why? Many are arrested by immigration officials. What happens next for people with nowhere to go? Posada Guadalupe, a ministry of the Conventual Franciscans, works with local authorities to provide young men a place to stay and help navigating the legalization process.
Published on Jan 10, 2014
YOUNG IMMIGRANTS FIND SHELTER IN S.A.
On West Side, a house for undocumented immigrants
Posada Guadalupe has never made a big secret of its mission.
The modest house has been quietly feeding and sheltering undocumented immigrants for decades, hidden in plain sight in a nondescript West Side neighborhood.
It has housed the indigent, injured and sick but lately its tenants have been nine young men who've “aged out” of a federally funded shelter in San Antonio.
San Antonio Express News Thursday, June 6, 2013