Thursday, August 29, 2013
USCCB Labor Day Statement
As we enter into Labor Day weekend, we have an opportunity to "take stock of the way workers are honored and respected. . . . Unfortunately, millions of workers today are denied honor and respect as a result of unemployment, underemployment, unjust wages, wage theft, abuse and exploitation" (Bishop Stephen E. Blaire, Bishop of Stockton, CA and chair of the Committee of Domestic Justice and Human Development of the USCCB). Click here to read Bishop Blaire's Labor Day statement in its entirety.