Pope Francis donates $½ million to aid migrant invaders ‘stranded’ in Mexico

Peter’s Pence (“Alms of St Peter” in Latin) are donations or payments made directly to the Vatican.

The collection for Peter’s Pence is taken each year on the Sunday closest to June 29, the Solemnity of the Feast of Saints Peter and Paul in the liturgical calendar. As of 2012, the United States has donated the largest amounts, giving some 28% of the total. U.S. donations totaled $75.8 million in 2008, $82.5 million in 2009, $67.7 million in 2010 and $69.7 million in 2011.

Catholics who donate to Peter’s Pence should know that this is what Pope Francis is doing with your money.

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Mexico News Daily reports that the Vatican said in a statement on April 27, 2019, that Pope Francis has donated half a million dollars from the Peter’s Pence fund to assist migrants “stranded in” Mexico by providing them with housing, food and basic necessities.

The “migrants” are mainly from Central America (Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala), who continue in hundreds of thousands to march toward the US-Mexico border in “caravans,” intent on entering the United States.

Mexico’s Interior Secretary Olga Sánchez said that in just the first three months of 2019, some 300,000 “migrants” had traveled through Mexico en route to the United States.

This is what the Peter’s Pence website says:

In recent months, thousands of migrants have arrived in Mexico, having travelled more than 4,000 kilometres on foot and with makeshift vehicles from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala. Men and women, often with young children, flee poverty and violence, hoping for a better future in the United States. However, the US border remains closed to them.

In 2018, six migrant caravans entered Mexico, for a total of 75,000 people; the arrival of other groups was announced. All these people were stranded, unable to enter the United States, without a home or livelihood. The Catholic Church hosts thousands of them in the hotels within dioceses or religious congregations, providing basic necessities, from housing to clothing.

Media coverage of this emergency has been decreasing and as a result, aid to migrants by the government and private individuals has also decreased.

In this context, Pope Francis donated US $500,000 to assist migrants in Mexico. This amount will be distributed among 27 projects in 16 dioceses and among Mexican religious congregations that have asked for help in order to continue providing housing, food and basic necessities to these our brothers and sisters.

Of these projects, 13 have already been approved for the dioceses of Cuautitlán, Nogales (2), Mazatlán, Querétaro, San Andrés Tuxtla, Nuevo Laredo (2) and Tijuana; as well as for the Scalabrinians, the congregation of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary and the Josefinas Sisters. Another 14 projects are being evaluated. A regulated and transparent use of the resources, which must be accounted for, is required before the aid is assigned.

Thanks to these projects, and thanks to Christian charity and solidarity, the Mexican Bishops hope to be able to continue helping our migrant brothers and sisters.

A reader wrote this comment on California Catholic Daily:

Pope Francis has no authority to make such payments and guarantees. He is acting as an ally of George Soros and other pagan globalist interests. These people [migrants] are taken care of, except for those who are selected as media “actors” to give false testimony about their conditions. How much more obvious can it be that these “caravans” are political events, meant to show that the USA cannot have its own border…. Such terrorism to our own country must be opposed….

That reader/commenter had better watch out because according to Pope Francis, those who always accuse the Church are “relatives of the devil”.

This year, the Peter’s Pence collection will be on June 23. If you’re Catholic, make sure you abstain from donating because your funds will be used to aid and abet the invasion of America.

See “Who’s behind the ‘migrant caravan’ invasion? – George Soros and the telltale Star of David” and “More Evidence Links George Soros To Caravan”.

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William
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William

“Pope” Frankie speaks with authority when he talks about “relatives of the devil”, being that he is a prominent member of that family. But I should thank him because he has finally pushed me back to the Catholic Church. I’ve decided to resume attending despite Pope Fruitcake. And thanks to Dr. Eowyn for the additional nudge

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This certainly comes as discouraging news to those of us who believe in the rule of law, and are sick and tired of alien invaders trampling our rights as a nation. I read yesterday about a couple who were bringing their two very young children up thru Mexico in strollers. One of the daughters was affected by Zika, and at the age of almost two, is unable to stand, walk, etc. The parents feel that the USA can offer them medical intervention for this child. Although, I feel great sorrow for these parents, the USA cannot take in all the… Read more »

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Zip-ped-e-doda

Thanks Doc, great research. This is my opinion on “Frankie the Fake”, a sleeper cell like Obummer. Don’t buy the crap about him being a humble man thus reason he doesn’t occupy papal apartment. That apartment is more than sensitive with very large ears you can hear a fart and he knows it and who controls it. Source: 438. The True History of the Income Tax and IRS —- Again The first income tax was called “Peter’s Pence” and it was collected along with a Confession of Sins on April 15 every year in both England and France beginning in… Read more »

Alexa
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Alexa

The Pope should host them in Rome permanently if he really cares.

YouKnowWho
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YouKnowWho

The cathaholic church is doomed. It has been since the 30’s, infiltrated by pedophiles and abusers, by purpose, to destroy it from within. I married a cathaholic woman and though she left the church some 40 years ago the guilt they instilled in her is still present. She still reveers the priest of her parrish, that turned out to be a pedofile. She chooses to disregard that aspect of him, mostly because she didn’t see it at the time. Still, at her behest we are involved with corporate worship although within a different Christian sect. Padgentry and ritual doesn’t seem… Read more »

William
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William

“Catholic Guilt” can be positively reconstrued as healthy shame and accountability for our sins and transgressions. We should feel badly about sinning. Obviously it can be taken too far. I was steeped in Irish Catholic Guilt as a kid, the most common expression I heard growing up was “you should be ashamed of yourself”. And I would always think, what did I do? Thomas More, clinging to the old order of Catholic England, insisted on retaining his scourge and hair shirt even when confined in the Tower of London. That’s a bit much IMO. On the other hand God has… Read more »

Hawkmoon
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Hawkmoon

Its very likely he is a Marrano like the Armenian Holocaust’s Young Turks were. Either that or he was “Programmed” while under jooish psychiatric care in the 1970’s.

William
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William

I wonder if the Catholic Church lists impeachment as one of the sacraments. If not they should consider adding it

33 Goin Down
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Cant believe nobody caught the 666. They always speak in code.
The Pope gave 500,000 to help 75,000.

500,000 ÷ 75,000 = 66.6

These are devil worshippers.

Steven Broiles
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If half a million dollars goes to 75,000 “migrants,” that works out to $6.66 per migrant. Think about that.
Frankenpope. Yep.

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Does the U’S. own an island anywhere, that is far enough from the mainland so as to make it difficult to leave. Put up a few guard towers or just monitor it from the coast. WOn’t be long before they ae begging to go home. Drop food and housing on them. They’ll still be “in” the U.S. and we’re spending that money on them anyway. BTW TPTB want 4.5 B to deal with what they finally admit is a crisis, though they view the crisis as humanitarian as opposed to National Security and will use any excuse to stop the… Read more »