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    Senior Member LawEnforcer's Avatar
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    May 2007

    Pro-illegals hold press conf. in Chicago Church.

    From: "Comite 10 de Marzo" <>

    Our Lady of Guadalupe Anglican Catholic Mission, leader in the fight
    for immigrants' rights opens its new site.

    Who: Bishop Larry Shaver, Obl., O.S.B., S.T.D. of the Anglican
    Province of America, elected officials from the City of Chicago and
    immigration activists.
    What: Opening of the Mission
    Place: 3442 W. de la Calle 26, Little Village
    Time: 11 a.m.

    "The Anglican Catholic Mission of Our Lady of Guadalupe finally has an
    appropriate local", says Reverend José S. Landaverde. Since its
    creation, two years ago, the Mission has been in the forefront of the
    struggle in favor of immigrants' rights, and servicing them with
    programs no other organization provides them with. The Mission
    maintains a Food Pantry for families of immigrants arrested by ICE,
    provides legal counseling and referrals to get legal services at low
    cost, and helps the sons and daughters of detainees with after-school

    Since February of 2008, upon the unjustified increased actions against
    the immigrant community, the Mission increased its activities, helping
    dozens of people to get legal help, training immigrants on their
    rights, with public actions and picket lines, and training future
    leaders among the people affected by ICE. Throughout 2008, the Mission
    has helped to pay over $100,000 in bonds for ICE detainees.

    Its new site will allow the Mission to extend its services and help,
    and expand its programs in favor of the immigrant community in need.

    On December 5th, at 11 a.m., Bishop Larry Shaver, Obl., O.S.B.,
    S.T.D., Chicago's elected officials and immigration activists will
    inaugurate the new site. At 6 p.m., the Mission will celebrate the
    event with its congregation.

    For more information, please contact
    • Rev. José Landaverde, 773-968-4258, or
    • Marilú Vargas, Mission's Administrator, 773-317-5903

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    Senior Member TexasBorn's Avatar
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    Revoke their tax exempt status! They have become affiliated with a political cause and this is wrong.
    ...I call on you in the name of Liberty, of patriotism & everything dear to the American character, to come to our aid...

    William Barret Travis
    Letter From The Alamo Feb 24, 1836

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    As a Catholic myself, I'd really like to know one thing. The Catholic Church has LOTS of LAWS.

    Do those LAWS matter or is the Catholic Church as flexible about THOSE LAWS as they are about our country's LAWS?
    Join our efforts to Secure America's Borders and End Illegal Immigration by Joining ALIPAC's E-Mail Alerts network (CLICK HERE)

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