Is Bishop Seitz Complicit in the Crimes of Illegal Aliens?

Bishop Mark Seitz is the Bishop of El Paso and Chairman of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Committee on Migration.  Seitz has been a long-time advocate of open borders. He has most recently been in the news for attacking Attorney General Ken Paxton’s attempt to hold Ascension House, an El Paso-based Catholic charity, accountable for its reported involvement in the trafficking of illegal aliens.

This week, an illegal Venezuelan migrant was charged in Virginia with sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl. It turns out that Renzo Mendoza Montes unlawfully crossed the southern border into Bishop Seitz’s diocese nine months ago. This is just one instance of a crime wave sweeping America as a result of illegal immigration.

We have previously reported that U.S. Catholic organizations are receiving millions of dollars a year in taxpayer fund to enable the trafficking of illegal aliens.

Given the extensive involvement of Catholic organizations assisting illegal aliens in the El Paso area, might Bishop Seitz actually had a role in enabling Montes’ illegal entry into the United States? Could Montes have actually been a one-time resident of Ascension House, the same entity now being targeted by Ken Paxton?
 

TAKE ACTION: Contact Bishop Seitz at 915-872-8419 or officeofthebishop@elpasodiocese.org and tell him to get out of the business of trafficking illegal aliens.

 

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