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Deacon Cesar Sanchez speaks with Sacred Heart Catholic Church Latino parishioners following the Spanish Mass at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Canton on Sunday, Aug. 11. Although Sanchez is assigned to a neighboring parish, he sometimes assists the pastor in tending to those who speak little English. Churches have been key to providing spiritual and emotional comfort to workers following immigration raids at seven Mississippi poultry plants, including one in Canton, and are now stepping up to provide material aid to jailed or out-of-work church members, even as some church leaders denounce the raids that Republican leaders of the conservative state have applauded. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)
Deacon Cesar Sanchez speaks with Sacred Heart Catholic Church Latino parishioners following the Spanish Mass at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Canton on Sunday, Aug. 11. Although Sanchez is assigned to a neighboring parish, he sometimes assists the pastor in tending to those who speak little English. Churches have been key to providing spiritual and emotional comfort to workers following immigration raids at seven Mississippi poultry plants, including one in Canton, and are now stepping up to provide material aid to jailed or out-of-work church members, even as some church leaders denounce the raids that Republican leaders of the conservative state have applauded. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)
Wednesday, August 14, 2019 12:00 PM
Stolen Social Security numbers were being used by many of the illegals rounded up last week in the largest immigration raid in a decade, unsealed court affidavits obtained by the Journal reveal.
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