“She used to send two hundred to three hundred dollars every eight days to her sisters and her mother, who was on dialysis, in Mexico. But her savings are gone, and in April she had to stop. A month and a half later, her mother died. ‘I crossed a desert to get here. I thought that was the worst thing I’d ever experienced,’ Díaz told me. ‘But, no, this is the worst—being stuck.'” The New Yorker’s Jonathan Blitzer on The Renegade Priest Helping Undocumented People Survive the Pandemic.