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jmowreader Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu May-15-08 11:42 AM
Response to Reply #6
35. Umm...
According to the Wikipedia article on Latin America, "the vast majority of Latin Americans are Christians, mostly Roman Catholics." I believe these people are already on board with Catholic doctrine.
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  -Officials say 90% of the Latino students at Postville high school aren't in class today AlphaCentauri  May-15-08 12:05 AM   #0 
  - I have a real problem with the Catholic Church's complicity in this.  seriousstan   May-15-08 12:08 AM   #1 
  - Could you elaborate?  OmahaBlueDog   May-15-08 12:11 AM   #2 
  - Yes, in for an ounce, in for a pound. If you want to side with the Catholic Church then you accept  seriousstan   May-15-08 12:16 AM   #6 
     - I think I'll take this off the public message board.  RGBolen   May-15-08 12:23 AM   #11 
     - Lol, in El Salvador during the civil war peasant had to listen to the US pastors sermons  AlphaCentauri   May-15-08 12:32 AM   #17 
     - Do you take that strawman down after Halloween? There are many act of  seriousstan   May-15-08 12:33 AM   #18 
        - American history is filled with examples of people breaking laws they feel are socially unjust  OmahaBlueDog   May-15-08 03:05 PM   #40 
     - As far as I know, most Mexicans are Catholic anyway, so  RebelOne   May-15-08 07:24 AM   #34 
     - You may be surprised at the inroads evangelicals have made in Latin America  havocmom   May-16-08 12:34 AM   #45 
     - Umm...  jmowreader   May-15-08 11:42 AM   #35 
  - me, too.  southerncrone   May-15-08 12:12 AM   #4 
  - How could they help?  AlphaCentauri   May-15-08 12:14 AM   #5 
     - By offering them access to the classes to become citizens & tutoring.  southerncrone   May-15-08 12:19 AM   #9 
        - First they need a visa, no law at this moment will give them a chance  AlphaCentauri   May-15-08 12:23 AM   #12 
           - Because they are illegal. That means against the LAW!!!  seriousstan   May-15-08 12:25 AM   #13 
           - and the LAW!!! has to change of course  AlphaCentauri   May-15-08 12:28 AM   #15 
           - And you would take this same position if they were...Swedish?  aquart   May-15-08 03:40 AM   #31 
              - I would  havocmom   May-16-08 12:35 AM   #46 
              - Reminds me of a joke from comedian Jimmy Tingle  Ellen Forradalom   May-16-08 12:52 AM   #49 
           - Well, teaching them English would be a good start.  southerncrone   May-15-08 12:31 AM   #16 
              - The RW manipulates the head of the catholic church in mexico  AlphaCentauri   May-15-08 12:37 AM   #19 
              - I'm talking about the Vatican.  southerncrone   May-15-08 12:42 AM   #21 
                 - well you mention the Mexican Catholic church not the Vatican  AlphaCentauri   May-15-08 02:23 PM   #37 
                    - If you reread my post, I said the Catholic Church has loads of power in Mexico  southerncrone   May-15-08 10:56 PM   #41 
              - They have been and getting murdered for It for decades now  Wiley50   May-15-08 01:51 AM   #29 
                 - Laws are created for reasons, when laws are not followed, chaos  southerncrone   May-15-08 11:59 PM   #43 
  - at least some faction of the Catholic church is compromised with human rights  AlphaCentauri   May-15-08 12:16 AM   #7 
     - Don't be silly, the church just wants the numbers and the tithe.  seriousstan   May-15-08 12:23 AM   #10 
        - The Catholic Worker Movement is a good example  AlphaCentauri   May-15-08 12:27 AM   #14 
        - Aren't they commmunist aligned? Dorothy Day and all that?  seriousstan   May-15-08 12:40 AM   #20 
           - not everybody who help the poor is a communist  AlphaCentauri   May-15-08 12:53 AM   #22 
              - No kidding,another strawman?  seriousstan   May-15-08 01:01 AM   #23 
                 - of course  AlphaCentauri   May-15-08 02:15 PM   #36 
        - The Church is not the movement. Someone with your "education"  sfexpat2000   May-15-08 01:15 AM   #26 
           - Read the post again..I don't think we disagree.  seriousstan   May-15-08 01:23 AM   #28 
  - welcome to america....  madrchsod   May-15-08 12:11 AM   #3 
  - With our economy in the dumper, you'll see more applications filed  southerncrone   May-15-08 12:17 AM   #8 
  - That may well be true but it still doesn't justify treating other human bengs  sfexpat2000   May-15-08 01:13 AM   #25 
     - No it doesn't.  southerncrone   May-16-08 12:21 AM   #44 
     - True, so Mexico should stop deporting their citizens like cattle  IndyJones   May-16-08 12:42 AM   #47 
  - For a fair wage with safe working conditions.  mycritters2   May-15-08 11:01 PM   #42 
  - Yeah, those Americans don't want the construction, restaurant,  IndyJones   May-16-08 12:44 AM   #48 
  - That Supe has no business making that claim of safety.  sfexpat2000   May-15-08 01:11 AM   #24 
  - An example...  countryjake   May-15-08 02:45 AM   #30 
  - Trafficking in Human Labor creates many victims  TahitiNut   May-15-08 01:19 AM   #27 
  - indeed Bush 41 asked Mexican ex-president Salinas to privatize pemex  AlphaCentauri   May-15-08 02:29 PM   #38 
  - Ok. I get it.  nathan hale   May-15-08 03:48 AM   #32 
  - You've got it, the law is not necessary used for justice it can be used to repress people  AlphaCentauri   May-15-08 02:42 PM   #39 
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