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California Catholic Diocese Bypasses City, Purchases Building to ‘House Illegals’

21st Century Wire says…

The separation of church and state has been eliminated under the Obama White House.

The relationship between the federal government in Washington DC and church groups goes a lot deeper than just politicking and garnering votes – it’s financial.

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Aside from the central role that large organisatons like Catholic Charities USA have played in endorsing the DREAM Act and backing the deferral of action against some younger immigrants, it’s also been found that billions of dollars have been paid out to hundreds of Catholic and Baptist “charities” in grant money in exchange for political support of these White House agenda items. Liberty News reports:

“The following is a small taste of what’s out there in grant records. This is just the tip of the iceberg, folks...

Between Dec 2010 and Nov 2013, the Catholic Charities Diocese of Galveston received $15,549,078 in federal grants from Health & Human Services for “Unaccompanied Alien Children Project” with a program description of “Refugee and Entry Assistance.”

Last year, the Catholic Charities Diocese of Fort Worth received $350,000 from Department of Homeland Security for “citizenship and education training” with a program description of “citizenship and immigration services.”

Between September 2010 and September 2013, the Catholic Charities of Dallas received $823,658 from the Department of Homeland Security for “Citizenship Education Training” for “refugee and entrant assistance.”

From Dec 2012 to January 2014, Baptist Child & Family Services received $62,111,126 in federal grants from Health & Human Services for “Unaccompanied Alien Children Program.”

All that, and now to add fuel to the fire…

The following is a small taste of what’s out there in grant records. This is just the tip of the iceberg, folks.

Between Dec 2010 and Nov 2013, the Catholic Charities Diocese of Galveston received $15,549,078 in federal grants from Health & Human Services for “Unaccompanied Alien Children Project” with a program description of “Refugee and Entry Assistance.”

Last year, the Catholic Charities Diocese of Fort Worth received $350,000 from Department of Homeland Security for “citizenship and education training” with a program description of “citizenship and immigration services.”

Between September 2010 and September 2013, the Catholic Charities of Dallas received $823,658 from the Department of Homeland Security for “Citizenship Education Training” for “refugee and entrant assistance.”

From Dec 2012 to January 2014, Baptist Child & Family Services received $62,111,126 in federal grants from Health & Human Services for “Unaccompanied Alien Children Program.”

– See more at: http://www.libertynews.com/2014/07/exclusive-hhs-bankrolled-catholic-and-baptist-church-from-2010-to-2013-to-prepare-for-obamas-2014-invasion/#sthash.jgP9Wim

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CHINO, CAThe Diocese of San Bernardino is considering housing Central American refugees at a Chino property belonging to St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church.

But that’s not going to happen, according to Chino Mayor Dennis Yates.

The diocese has been in conversation with church pastor Fr. Mike Gilsenan this week about the possibility of housing up to 75 women and children for 24 to 48 hours at Chino and East End avenues in Chino.

The ministry center, purchased by the diocese in 2011, is located at the site of the former Hillview Acres children’s home. Its cottages, meeting room, kitchen and cafeteria are used for Confirmation retreats. The offices will be used for meetings and other activities when work is completed.

St. Paul the Apostle is located in Chino Hills on Peyton Drive.

“Our role is to provide transition centers to receive these brothers and sisters after they are legally processed by the federal government,” said diocesan spokesman John Andrews. “St. Paul the Apostle has beautiful facilities, so it was a natural thought for us to look into it.”

Mr. Andrews said the Chino site would function as a transition center manned by volunteers who would distribute food and clothing, help the refugees locate relatives, and assist with transportation costs.

Mayor Yates said he found out about the proposal Tuesday through an anonymous phone call.

The mayor said St. Paul the Apostle holds a special conditional use permit issued by the City of Chino for the ministry center that does not allow . . .

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