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A Texas bishop is responding to Biden's decision to apply Title 42 to Venezuelan aliens, but faithful Catholics see through the facade.
Church Militant's Nadia Bullock highlights a troubled diocese at the border.
Bp. Mark Seitz, diocese of El Paso, TX: "It seems calculated to create fear in the immigrant community."
Bishop Mark Seitz of El Paso is upset about the government's recent move, saying it "will have an immediate impact on our border community"
Venezuelans who cross the border illegally are being deported to Mexico, where they have 15 days to get a visa or leave.
In a recent statement, Seitz remarked, "Now we must all work harder, especially the faith community, to build a culture of hospitality that respects the dignity of those who migrate."
Church Militant heard from a former diocesan employee who said, "They care more about illegal migrants than they do the souls of those he is supposed to shepard [sic]. This diocese is struggling financially, yet we gave thousands upon thousands to the illegal situation."
Part of the reason Seitz and other bishops shill for immigration is because it's their biggest cash cow.
He and the Hope Border Institute announced more than $100,000 will be used to help migrants arriving at the El Paso border.
Seitz: "A political border has a usefulness, but it should not separate us."
The faithful Catholic source told CM "reverence is nonexistent" in El Paso. This person "witnessed people turned away if they requested help for [an] exorcism."
Also, people cannot receive Communion on the tongue outside of one Latin Mass. Those who want to be involved at church are supposed to be fully vaccinated.
Faithful Catholics at the border are hoping more people realize what is really going on behind the scenes.
The funds for the migrants come from the Border Refugee Assistance Fund, a joint project of Bp. Seitz and the Hope Border Institute.