I gave a talk to a prayer group at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Cuyahoga Falls last night. During the talk, I shared the following: While in the border town of Juarez, Mexico, we toured a slum that had 200,000 people living in cobbled together shacks with no running water, no electricity, little food… Kids were dying. Across the border was El Paso. It looked like heaven and hell, and El Paso isn’t even that affluent. I asked the American priest who was giving us the tour about his take on immigration policy. He pointed to Juarez. Then he pointed to El Paso. Then he pointed to the fence: “What do you think Jesus would do with the fence?” He asked. Note: For more on our position on Hispanic immigration….