Bishops take on immigrant policies
Sergio Sosa was tending to church business last week when the frantic parishioner called.
Sosa, an outreach worker at Our Lady of Guadalupe in south Omaha, contacted an attorney who agreed to talk to the woman. He offered the address of an emergency pantry. He made sure the kids had rides to school. He promised to check on the family later.
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#1 Feb 16, 2009
It's called aiding and abetting.
Eventually,the churches will pay for this.
#2 Feb 16, 2009
Exactly that's why I'm no longer a member and give nothing to the church!
“Home In Georgia Now”
Since: Jul 07
The "City of Gold" in Georgia
#3 Feb 16, 2009
Take away their "Tax Exempt" status and prosecute the "Bishops".
#4 Feb 17, 2009
The perverts need to replenish their disgraced clergy.
They hope enough overbreeding semi-literate 3rd world peasants will make that possible.
Even though the creeps demand the US open its borders, you'll notice the Vatican refuses to open its borders.
Yes, the Lord works in mysterious ways...
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