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Catholic Charities in Texas struggles in face of immigration ‘madness’

September 21, 2021

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CWN Editor's Note: As an estimated 12,000 migrants lives in makeshift camps under a bridge in Del Rio, TX, Catholic Charities of San Antonio “brought them thousands of items like diapers for kids, water, food, blankets, clothing,” according to its executive director. The organization also hosted 150 people in local hotels.

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  • Posted by: grateful1 - Sep. 24, 2021 10:06 PM ET USA

    And that's why they keep coming, in violation of duly enacted immigration laws that the Biden administration refuses to enforce. Catholic Charities is subsidizing chaos, crime, and covid, harming citizens and non-citizens alike.