Saturday, November 03, 2007

Bishops Pray for More Fodder for Corporate Capitalism

Bishops plan border Mass

Catholic bishops from El Paso, Las Cruces and Juárez will celebrate an All Souls Day Mass on the border, separated by the wire fence at Anapra, at noon Friday.

Bishop Armando X. Ochoa, who has led the Diocese of El Paso for 11 years, said the Mass has become a tradition, with altar tables side by side in two countries...

The Mass, he said, is open to all and will be celebrated for those who have died and particularly for undocumented immigrants who have lost their lives while looking for better lives for themselves and their families.

All Hail, those seeking the $4.00 per hour, under the table cleaning jobs. The illegals want their flat screen tvs, credit cards and apartments adorned with Walmart wares.

Have the Bishops ever inquired in the human rights situation in Mexico? Why is Mexico such a rotten place to live? They seemed to do a good job of this in 1980s El Salvador and Honduras. Why has Mexico been put on the permanent pass list along with Cuba?

Illegally crossing an international border is a suicide mission.

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