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Faith leaders and congregation members of Southside Presbyterian Church engage in prayer with Rosa Robles Loreto and her family as she went into sanctuary in August.

Reinvigorated by two recent sanctuary cases at Tucson's Southside Presbyterian Church, a sanctuary movement is once again offering refuge to people subject to deportation. Faith leaders announced Wednesday that 24 congregations across the country are part of the effort to shelter undocumented immigrants from officials Read more»

Francisco Perez Cordova, his wife and five children listen as attorney Margo Cowan reads a letter to immigration officials asking to allow Cordova to stay in the country.

A third person may take refuge in a Tucson church if immigration officials do not accept his request for a stay of deportation on Wednesday. Francisco Perez Cordova will go into sanctuary at St. Francis in the Foothills on Thursday night unless authorities agreed to give him a stay of deportation and close his case. Read more»