Open-borders Hispanic archbishop will lead US Conference of Catholic Bishops

After his election to head up the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), Los Angeles archbishop José H. Gomez, born in Monterrey, Mexico, stated that the situation at the southern border is a "tragedy."  He said he witnessed firsthand the "suffering of the people there "during his visits to south Texas last year.  Gomez calls his new position "a blessing for the Latino people."  Gomez became archbishop of Los Angeles in 2011, which has had a homelessness crisis of "Dickensian " dystopian proportions, according to the L.A. Times.  But the drug addicts and mentally ill homeless people on the streets of L.A. don't take precedence over what Gomez calls an "essential cause" of paving the way for illegals to gain citizenship.  On Tuesday, Gomez said he is praying for a favorable outcome from the U.S. Supreme Court on the extension of the DACA program,...(Read Full Post)
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