Monday, September 09, 2019

The Jebbies and Illegals

If you've lived under a rock for the last 50 years, you'll be surprised at this.

If you're an actual Catholic American, this is just one more extremely offensive Jesuit move.

...On the southern border of Mexico in Chiapas, the city of Tapachula is the first entry point for Central Americans headed to the U.S. There, the Fray Matías de Córdova Human Rights Center provides “comprehensive support” to illegal alien travelers, including legal consultations, monitoring detention centers, and offering “online resources, art and social activities, job training, and basic social services to migrants.”… 

Also in Tapachula, the Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) opens its churches and pastoral centers to provide shelter, monetary aid, voluntary aid, and emergency assistance. Its team of lawyers, psychologists, social workers, and Jesuit clergy spread from Tapachula to Comalapa and Mexico City. JRS staff served as Sherpas for the 2018 caravan marchers and liaisons with the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees (UNCHR)…

There’s no shortage of travel guides through the expansive network of Catholic volunteers. JRS is part of a binational coalition called the Kino Border Initiative (KBI) stationed in Nogales, Arizona, and Nogales, Sonora, Mexico, since 2009. Along with JRS, the partners who provide “direct humanitarian assistance and accompaniment” with migrants on the trespassing path are: the California Province of the Society of Jesus, the Missionary Sisters of the Eucharist, the Mexican Province of the Society of Jesus, the Diocese of Tucson and the Diocese of Nogales

I knew about the Jebs during my school years.  The good thing is that they taught me to distrust Jesuits.  The bad thing is that they tried to teach all of us to distrust the Church as a whole.  When we were at the class reunion, it was very clear that the Jesuits had succeeded--spectacularly--in the latter effort, as about HALF of my classmates were no longer practicing their religion.\

Something malevolent has captured that Order.  Yes, there are a few exceptions; Fr. Jim Schall was one, e.g.  But remember what I learned in school:  do NOT trust the Jesuits.

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