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Old 07-26-2008, 12:07 PM
 
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By bringing illegal immigrants into their fold, church leaders and worshippers are learning individual stories, said the Rev. Alexia Salvatierra, a Los Angeles-based minister with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, and one of the new movement's founders and leaders.

She spoke at Southside Presbyterian recently, where the next pastor may consider taking a more formal role in the new movement.

Salvatierra maintains the group's workers do not believe they are doing anything illegal, and she is quick to cite immigration law that prohibits someone from helping an illegal immigrant, ``in furtherance'' of illegal entry into the United States.

Sanctuary church movement could come to Tucson

After reading this article I have come to the conclusion that the "Rev" suffers from pyschosis and multiple personality disorder.
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