It's Mother Cabrini's feast day; here in Chicago, that's a big deal. In fact, the first American citizen saint
Why do we need immigration reform--and a reform that is not vindictive (as the current laws appear to be)? For one reason, here in Chicago, we would have more young priests to serve the Church--but the candidates could not be accepted into our seminaries. They came to this country as children, grew up here, but they don't have any legal status, and there's no possibility of changing that without immigration reform.
For a more nuanced presentation on immigration concerns, one that is not bound up with partisan politics, please see the US Bishops position.