|Bishop Daniel Flores|
For residents of the so-called Western Hemisphere, especially those in the throes of extreme poverty, hunger, likely also endangered by ruthless cartel gang-bangers, the closest, actual, real "heaven" is the United States, sometimes called "America."
America may have a less benevolent guy at the helm than in recent centuries, and, to a certain extent, some American citizens are less welcoming, embracing their fears and insecurities, forgetting the statue that rests on Liberty Island in Upper New York Bay.
But, except for a few hotheads in the Border Patrol, we treat immigrants kindly, even illegal or undocumented ones. Volunteers scour the forbidding, arid areas of Texas and Arizona, searching for those foolishly, but understandably trying to go north on foot, feeding, watering and clothing them, taking them somewhere to safety.
|Undocumented Children at Brownsville U.S. |
|As Nena took this photo of the former Walmart, a rent-a-|
cop, security guard tried to stop her. She took the pic
anyway and several others.
Southwest Key is federally funded by the Office of Refugees Resettlement. The group’s mission is to provide a safe environment for unaccompanied children while they wait to be reunited with a sponsor or relative in the U.S.
|Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly|
"We turn them over to (Health and Human Services) and they do a very, very good job of putting them in foster care or linking them up with parents or family members in the United States."