Chicago Catholic Church Holds Mass in Support of Gay Immigrants

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Holy Name Cathedral, a Roman Catholic Church in Chicago, held a special Mass Sunday night to kick off its annual celebration of National Migration Week. “We have done this as a Catholic Church for almost 50 years. It’s just a way of celebration that we are a nation of immigrants,” said Ryan Lents, of the Archdiocese of Chicago.

The Church touts its theme this year as “building communities of welcome,” as one sodomite from Uganda states, “in Uganda, it’s against the constitution to help or participate in any LGBTQ activities so I was supposed to be in prison for life. So I fled to Kenya.”

Praising itself on its support of immigration, including illegal immigration, they profess that their faith should cause them to keep a watch on the “what’s happening at the US/Mexico border” with Mexico while “protecting the dignity of the human person.”

Apparently, this means that the United States should not be concerned with protecting its own citizens, upholding the rule of law, and holding accountable those who break the law. Instead, the United States should be more open and accepting of this lawlessness.

This is not limited to the Roman Catholic Church. In fact, in the United States, it’s evangelicals, especially the Southern Baptist Convention, who has become the most vocal champions of open borders and amnesty.

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