Prayer Vigil Held at Tom Green County Courthouse for Immigrant Families

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At the Tom Green County Courthouse  Monday night, dozens of people attended a prayer rally for immigrant families.

Organizers called the rally “Families Belong Together” Monday night on the steps of the courthouse.

 San Angelo Catholic Diocese Bishop Michael Sis and other church minister’s led a rally to re-unite families separated at the U.S. and Mexico border.

Monday a federal spokesman said no decision has been made, but if Goodfellow is used to house immigrant families, state and local authorities will be notified.



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