Stuck at the border, migrants find a little Christmas cheer


              In this photo provided by Father Brian Strassburger, two young girls help to carry the image of Mary and Joseph on the donkey as they journey to Bethlehem, while other migrants sing the traditional songs of La Posada at the Casa del Migrante shelter in Reynosa, Mexico, on Thursday, Dec. 22, 2022. Tens of thousands of migrants who fled violence and poverty will spend Christmas in crowded shelters or on the dangerous streets of Mexican border towns. (Father Brian Strassburger via AP)
            
              In this photo provided by Father Brian Strassburger, a mother holds her daughter as they swing at a piñata as other migrants at the shelter line up at the Casa del Migrante shelter in Reynosa, Mexico, on Thursday, Dec. 22, 2022. Tens of thousands of migrants who fled violence and poverty will spend Christmas in crowded shelters or on the dangerous streets of Mexican border towns. (Father Brian Strassburger via AP)
            
              The Buen Samaritano shelter for migrants and its small Methodist church hosts a candle lighting ceremony in anticipation of Christmas in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, across from El Paso, Texas, on Thursday, Dec. 22, 2022. Tens of thousands of migrants who fled violence and poverty will spend Christmas in crowded shelters or on the dangerous streets of Mexican border towns. The Biden administration asked the Supreme Court not to lift pandemic-era restrictions on asylum-seekers before the holiday weekend. (AP Photo/Morgan Lee)
            
              Guests at the Buen Samaritano shelter for migrants attend a candle lighting ceremony at the shelter's small Methodist church in anticipation of Christmas in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, across from El Paso, Texas, on Thursday, Dec. 22, 2022. Tens of thousands of migrants who fled violence and poverty will spend Christmas in crowded shelters or on the dangerous streets of Mexican border towns. The Biden administration asked the Supreme Court not to lift pandemic-era restrictions on asylum-seekers before the holiday weekend.(AP Photo/Morgan Lee)
            
              Guests at the Buen Samaritano shelter for migrants participate in a candle lighting ceremony at the shelter's small Methodist church in anticipation of Christmas in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, across from El Paso, Texas, on Thursday, Dec. 22, 2022. Tens of thousands of migrants who fled violence and poverty will spend Christmas in crowded shelters or on the dangerous streets of Mexican border towns. The Biden administration asked the Supreme Court not to lift pandemic-era restrictions on asylum-seekers before the holiday weekend.(AP Photo/Morgan Lee)
            
              Guests at the Buen Samaritano shelter for migrants participate in a candle lighting ceremony in anticipation of Christmas in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, across from El Paso, Texas, on Thursday, Dec. 22, 2022. Tens of thousands of migrants who fled violence and poverty will spend Christmas in crowded shelters or on the dangerous streets of Mexican border towns. The Biden administration asked the Supreme Court not to lift pandemic-era restrictions on asylum-seekers before the holiday weekend. (AP Photo/Morgan Lee)
Stuck at the border, migrants find a little Christmas cheer